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Please note:  All of the issues listed below are available online, free of charge.  Printed copies of many of these back issues are available for sale in the WaterShapes Store.  Quantities are extremely limited!  Click here for ordering information.


November/December 2001 (Vol. 3, No. 9)
Curt Straub on Kansas City's fountains; Jim McCloskey on the Getty Center; David Tisherman on Fallingwater.

October 2001 (Vol. 3, No. 8)
David Tisherman on exploiting hilltop views; Eric Dobbs on a whimsical fountain; Hal Hagen on natural stream work; Bobbie Schwartz on classic stonework (III).

September 2001 (Vol. 3, No. 7)
Pam Pasotti on interactive waterplay; Mark Urban on energy-saving pools; Greg Stoks on value-engineered watershapes; Jeff Rugg on pond basics (II).

July/August 2001 (Vol. 3, No. 6)
Bobbie Schwartz on classic stonework (II); Doug Ruthenberg on prefabricated perimeter overflows; John Stupfel on play-feature scaling; Jeff Rugg on pond basics (I).

June 2001 (Vol. 3, No. 5)
Richard Winget on fun-inspired waterforms; William Rowley & Patricia Soto on an indoor aquatic center; Mark Holden on survey formats; Bobbie Schwartz on classic stonework (I).

May 2001 (Vol. 3, No. 4)
Rosalind Reed on sculpture gardens; Paul L'Heureux on sequenced water; Bruce Zaretsky on care in mixing garden styles; Donald H. Brandes Jr. on restoring riverfronts.

April 2001 (Vol. 3, No. 3)
Melanie Jauregui on inspired clients; Suzanne & Ron Dirsmith on frosty fountains; Joe Nolan on the beauty of stone; David Tisherman on deluxe finishing.

March 2001 (Vol. 3, No. 2)
Tom Moneta & Mike Farley on site-specific design; Steven Knight on creating grand-scale fun; Paolo Benedetti on fiberoptics; Ken Alperstein on golfcourse water.

January/February 2001 (Vol. 3, No. 1)
Mark Holden on a retro-look design (I); Kevin Fleming on upscale approaches; Steve Gutai on pump technology; John Gilbert Leubtow on slumped-glass sculpture.