Salt Laker Sets 1-Man Show During Playbox 'Diilcy' Run On display at the Univer- j sity of Utah Playbox Thea State Fair Slates Art Contests An innovation in the 1960 Fine Arts Exhibition of the Utah State Fair will be a separate division for works in mosaics, in addition to the standard divisions, painting, painting, sculpture and graphic. Delivery dates for submission submission of work for the exhibit are Sept. l. 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sept. 2. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Out-of-state judge for tho exhibition will be Donne Puckle of the Phoenix. Ariz., Art Museum. .Other judges will be Everett Thorpe of Utah State University. Franz Johansen of Brigham Young University, and Farrell Collett Collett of Weber College, ter during the run of "Dulcy" Tuesday through Saturday, will be paintings by Margaret Takenaka, Salt Lake artist. The display marks Miss Takenaka's first exhibit of paintings in this area, where she is better known for work in graphic arts and jewelry making. Painting, she says, has always been her "first love." Miss Takenaka's u- o r k shows the influence of traditional traditional Japanese subject matter in a style of WestWn impressionism. The difference difference in style is "in the use of line." pays Miss Takenaka. "Color and design become more important in the West- em form." A graduate of the University University of Utah, Miss Takenaka works as a commercial illustrator illustrator in Salt Lake City, "Mat!hew" by Margaret Takenaka, is in exhibit currently on display in Ptaybox Theater, Tuesday through Sahirnay.