The Catalyst is the Colorado College student newspaper begun September 11, 1969. The volume includes one issue of The Cattle List, December 7, 1990.
Woodblock and copper etching, 30 X 21 inches, by Noboru Sawai. Image of a nude woman with body painting holding an umbrella while seated in a wheelbarrow. In the background are an old barn and a copse of trees on Vancouver Island, Canada. It a visual poem or riddle. The artist was a student of Toshi Yoshida before establishing his own studio in Canada.
Bronze vessel dating to the 16th-17th centuries, copying an archaic vessel. The surface is artificially patinated to give it the appearance of old age, and colored surface accretions are visible.
Woodblock print, 21.5 X 27.75 inches. A beautiful blue and green abstract wave seems to loom up and forward, its open spaces forming a face with small drops as eyes. The artist is being playful, his image a gesture. His print stands in sharp contrast to the greatest wave in Japanese art history, Hokusai's "Under the Great Wave at Kanagawa."
The Colorado College yearbook, published 1900-2007, was known as The Pikes Peak Nugget from 1900-1941 and The Nugget or Colorado College Nugget afterward. Year on cover differs from title page in some years. Cover title, Doing It C.C. Style 1990 Nugget.
Bronze vase with rounded bottom and narrower neck opening up to a wider mouth. Song dynasty copy of earlier bronze age works.
Photo of Master Lee Tien-lu, an internationally known puppeteer, posing with two puppets.
The Catalyst is the Colorado College student newspaper begun September 11, 1969.
Japanese Music: Another Tradition, Other Sounds. Essay on traditional music of Japan by Leonard C. Holvik, former professor of music, Earlham College. Published 1990, Institute for Education on Japan, Earlham College. Presented here in PDF format, to open it requires Adobe Acrobat Reader, which may be obtained as a free download at www.adobe.com
20.5 X 26 in. Woodblock and copper etching. An image of the artist as a Western nun in black merges into an image of Japan's Mount Fuji. The scratches in the image show tension, perhaps inner anger. Noboru seems to have experienced pain in adjusting to life in Western countries. Former student of Toshi Yoshida.