Utah Arts and Crafts Society      Welcome!
The Utah Arts and Crafts Society celebrates   the Arts and Crafts Movement through     lectures, workshops and field trips...
Topics• Furniture making• Bungalows• Textiles• Metalcrafts• Blacksmithing with Lightning Forge• Ceramics with Red Kiln Pot...
Workshops         Cross stitch motto        Tile house numbersRennie Mackintosh alphabet calligraphy        Brass doorbell...
Activities• Partnered with Utah Heritage Foundation  for two historic home tours• Toured EuroTreasures• Book sale Gibbs Sm...
Mission Revival Architecture      Mission Furniture        Simplicity of material & design.     Rectilinear design & expos...
“Revival?” What does it mean? “Revivalism” in architecture is the use of   visual styles that consciously echo the    styl...
The Arts and Crafts Movement (roughly   1890-1925) boasted the bungalow as its preeminent residential architectural form. ...
The California Mission SystemThe Spanish missions in California comprise  a series of religious and military outposts     ...
21 Missions were built in a style reminiscent ofSpanish buildings that the priests were familiar with. In North America, h...
San Juan Bautista               San Juan CapistranoSan Xavier del Bac- Tucson, AZ.   Mission San Antonio de Valero
The Utah Connection  • The historical Escalante & Dominguez   Expedition of 1776 was conducted to find    an overland rout...
Escalante/Dominguez Route
Escalante party enter Utah County   from Spanish Fork Canyon
The only mission in Utah is  St. Christopher’s Episcopal  Mission in Bluff. Built 1946.
Elements of Mission Revival•   Curvilinear parapets with mission silhouette, towers, bell towers•   Red tile roofs•   Mini...
Most Obvious Elements• Curvilinear parapets with mission  silhouette, towers, bell towers• Arched doorways• White plaster ...
The Parapet• A parapet is a low, protective wall. In Mission Revival  examples, the parapet has curvilinear lines to imita...
California• Southern California homes• Scotty’s Castle-• Death Valley
Mission Revival in California     Beverly Hills Hotel
Los Angeles Union Station
Utah Mission Revival          Maeser School- ProvoBuilt in 1898; is oldest school building in                   Provo.
Forest Park Golf Course
Wasatch Springs Plunge (Beck Hot Springs)               on 300 West.   Built in 1921 by Cannon and Fetzer.
Wasatch Springs Plunge
Garner Funeral Home
Garner Funeral Home- 11th Avenue
Bogue Building 1904
Commercial
Rockpick Legend Co.
Trolley Square
No Name Saloon in Park City
Mission Bungalow Courts
1995 UMFA Exhibit
Residences
Residences
Residences
Schools- Original Bountiful Jr. High
Utah State Fairpark- Promontory            Building    Built in 1902 by Ware and Treganza
Ogden Union Station
Ely, Nevada Train Station
Liliputian HO Models
Los Angeles Union StationHO Model     The Real Thing
Sister styles to Mission Revival        “Adobe Revival”
Craftsman- Grand Canyon     Colter Lookout
Mission Revival?
Mission Revival?
An ode to Mission RevivalGive me neither Romanesque nor Gothic;much less Italian Renaissance, and least of  all English Co...
Please  WelcomeJulia L. Hogan
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  • What is Mission Style? The term can be applied to both architecture and furniture. The furniture, typically made of oak with a stain finish, had a rectilinear design and exposed carpentry. There was little or no decoration, though the joinery was sometimes given a darker stain to emphasize the expert construction. Fittings were made of copper or iron, and coverings were of leather, canvas, or plain cloth. Mission craftsmen also made stained-glass chandeliers, beaten copper candleholders, and hand-turned earthenware.
  • Mission Revival loosely means, “Mission, Again”. In other words, the Mission Revival Architecture that we are talking about came about in about 1910 to revive the look of the old Spanish Missions.
  • The Spanish Mission System
  • Mission San Xavier del Bac “The White Dove of the Desert”
  • Escalante and Dominguez 1796 expedition (Utah Valley painting)
  • Mission at Monterrey
  • Mission in So Cal
  • Utah’s own Mission- St. Christophers Mission in Bluff.
  • Elements of Mission Revival Architecture: Red Tile Roof
  • Elements: Stucco walls
  • California Mission Revival
  • Element- arches
  • Element: Open air courtyards
  • Mission Revival Architecture most popular in California
  • California Mission Revival
  • California Mission Revival
  • Mission Revival

    1. 1. Utah Arts and Crafts Society Welcome!
    2. 2. The Utah Arts and Crafts Society celebrates the Arts and Crafts Movement through lectures, workshops and field trips.• www.utahartsandcraftssociety.org• Facebook- Utah Arts and Crafts Society• Administer- Arts & Crafts Movement• Meet September-May• Memberships• Mortise & Tenon
    3. 3. Topics• Furniture making• Bungalows• Textiles• Metalcrafts• Blacksmithing with Lightning Forge• Ceramics with Red Kiln Pottery• Bonsai with Bonsai Society• Paper ephemera at U of U Rare Book Dept.• Calligraphy with Utah Calligraphy Society
    4. 4. Workshops Cross stitch motto Tile house numbersRennie Mackintosh alphabet calligraphy Brass doorbell plate Bonsai Mission bbq fork Mission plantstand
    5. 5. Activities• Partnered with Utah Heritage Foundation for two historic home tours• Toured EuroTreasures• Book sale Gibbs Smith Publisher at The Kings English Bookshop• Rare book display at Marriott Library• Trolley Square
    6. 6. Mission Revival Architecture Mission Furniture Simplicity of material & design. Rectilinear design & exposed carpentry
    7. 7. “Revival?” What does it mean? “Revivalism” in architecture is the use of visual styles that consciously echo the style of a previous architectural era. Other examples of “Revivalism” inarchitecture: Greek, Gothic, Romanesque,Jacobean, Renaissance, Moorish, Tudor, Spanish Colonial, Pueblo, others.
    8. 8. The Arts and Crafts Movement (roughly 1890-1925) boasted the bungalow as its preeminent residential architectural form. Designs eventually drew inspiration from specifically American antecedents, including the California Spanish Missions.The Mission Revival movement enjoyed its greatest popularity between 1890 and 1915, through numerous residential, commercial, and institutional structures. Schools and railroad depots, particularly in the Western and Southwestern U.S. used this easily recognizable architectural style.
    9. 9. The California Mission SystemThe Spanish missions in California comprise a series of religious and military outposts established by Spanish Catholics of the Franciscan Order between 1769 and 1823 to spread the Christian faith among the local Native Americans. The missions represented the first major effort by Europeans to colonize the Pacific Coast region, and gave Spain a valuable toehold in the frontier land.
    10. 10. 21 Missions were built in a style reminiscent ofSpanish buildings that the priests were familiar with. In North America, however, the structures needed to be built by unskilled laborers using limitedmaterials like wood, rock, and mud bricks (stucco). The Mission at San Luis Rey
    11. 11. San Juan Bautista San Juan CapistranoSan Xavier del Bac- Tucson, AZ. Mission San Antonio de Valero
    12. 12. The Utah Connection • The historical Escalante & Dominguez Expedition of 1776 was conducted to find an overland route from Santa Fe to the Missions of California.• The Expedition went north as far as Vernal then came down Spanish Fork Canyon to Utah County and into the western Utah desert before returning to Santa Fe.
    13. 13. Escalante/Dominguez Route
    14. 14. Escalante party enter Utah County from Spanish Fork Canyon
    15. 15. The only mission in Utah is St. Christopher’s Episcopal Mission in Bluff. Built 1946.
    16. 16. Elements of Mission Revival• Curvilinear parapets with mission silhouette, towers, bell towers• Red tile roofs• Minimal decorative elements• Arched niches• Deep window openings without any framing but the sill• Quatrefoil windows (rose windows) and emblems• Wooden plank floors and iron rails• Arched doorways• Enclosed courtyard• Thick arches springing from piers.• Exterior walls coated with white plaster (stucco)• Wide side eaves, shielding the adobe brick walls from rain.• Long exterior arcades or arcaded entry porch• Square pillars or twisted columns
    17. 17. Most Obvious Elements• Curvilinear parapets with mission silhouette, towers, bell towers• Arched doorways• White plaster exterior walls (stucco) with broad unadorned plaster surfaces• Courtyards• Red clay roof tiles• Thick arches springing from piers
    18. 18. The Parapet• A parapet is a low, protective wall. In Mission Revival examples, the parapet has curvilinear lines to imitate the silhouette of a Mission. O.C. Tanner Building- Originally City Library
    19. 19. California• Southern California homes• Scotty’s Castle-• Death Valley
    20. 20. Mission Revival in California Beverly Hills Hotel
    21. 21. Los Angeles Union Station
    22. 22. Utah Mission Revival Maeser School- ProvoBuilt in 1898; is oldest school building in Provo.
    23. 23. Forest Park Golf Course
    24. 24. Wasatch Springs Plunge (Beck Hot Springs) on 300 West. Built in 1921 by Cannon and Fetzer.
    25. 25. Wasatch Springs Plunge
    26. 26. Garner Funeral Home
    27. 27. Garner Funeral Home- 11th Avenue
    28. 28. Bogue Building 1904
    29. 29. Commercial
    30. 30. Rockpick Legend Co.
    31. 31. Trolley Square
    32. 32. No Name Saloon in Park City
    33. 33. Mission Bungalow Courts
    34. 34. 1995 UMFA Exhibit
    35. 35. Residences
    36. 36. Residences
    37. 37. Residences
    38. 38. Schools- Original Bountiful Jr. High
    39. 39. Utah State Fairpark- Promontory Building Built in 1902 by Ware and Treganza
    40. 40. Ogden Union Station
    41. 41. Ely, Nevada Train Station
    42. 42. Liliputian HO Models
    43. 43. Los Angeles Union StationHO Model The Real Thing
    44. 44. Sister styles to Mission Revival “Adobe Revival”
    45. 45. Craftsman- Grand Canyon Colter Lookout
    46. 46. Mission Revival?
    47. 47. Mission Revival?
    48. 48. An ode to Mission RevivalGive me neither Romanesque nor Gothic;much less Italian Renaissance, and least of all English Colonial —this is California — give me Mission. • Anonymous, 1924
    49. 49. Please WelcomeJulia L. Hogan

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