Ethelyn J. Morris art instruction
INSTRUCTIONS IN ART. Oil and Wat-r Wat-r Wat-r Color Palntlnj, Charcoal Charcoal and Pen and Ink Drawing, illua-t illua-t illua-t rating. Modern Lsce flaking, &c. As will be seen by reference to advertisement advertisement in another column, Mrs. Ethelyn J. Morris will take classes in art and modern lace making. She is a talented artist and thoroughly qualified to giveinstruetion in these branches. Mrs. Morris is a graduate of the Farm ville (Va.) Normal School, and'studied with Miss Hewlett, graduate graduate of Syracuse UniveYsitr, N. Y.. and with Charles Hope Provost, the eminent illustrator, and head of the Provost School - of Illustrating, New York City. She has made a special study of Miss Sarah Hadley's original methods of lace making. Mrs. Morris Morris luis made illustrations of hu-p hu-p hu-p designs for Harjter's Bazar, The New Idea Magazine. Modern Priscilla, the Woman's flome Companion, and otlr well known publications. SIr4s prepared to teach with equal facility drawing and painting water color or oil, and charcoal, pen an? ink, blak and white, or illustrating modern lace making, Battenberg. Yenician point, "Renaissance, &c. Mrs. Morris' terms are misonable, 2.00 a month of 8 lessons 25 cents a lesson and she should have no difficulty difficulty in getting all the work she can do. ' The Gold Leaf hns pleasure in commending Mrs. Morris to the kindly, kindly, consideration .and patronage of those who may be interested. She is an artist in her lineand possesses the rare gil of leiiig able. to teach others. others. And this latter quality is an art no less than the first. , Mrs. Morris is a native of Buckingham Buckingham county, Va.. and sister of Miss Maud Jones, of the Henderson Graded School facultv.