"Linen Room Divider" by Kay Sekimachi of Berkeley, California (84 x 36 inches). Furniture grouping at left by Evert V. Sodergren of Seattle, Washington includes "sculptured chair" of walnut and naugahyde, and "pedestal table" of rosewood and ebony, with black epoxy resin, inlay design (21 x 18 inches). "Contemporary Craftsmen of the Far West" on display at the Museum of Contemporary Crafts from September 22 - November 5, 1961. It was first in a series of exhibitions showcasing the work of contemporary American craftsmanship. The exhibit included over 300 works by 238 craftsmen. It was developed through cooperation between the regional assemblies of craftsmen and trustees of the Northwest and Southwest ACC. The exhibit represented work of craftsmen from Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Washington.