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a ^trs. meets Woodcock, A. A. V. W. EMit Ohio Art To Include Many Interesting Items Tho duration of the Ohio Art exhibit on Tuesdav afternoon. J a n u a r y iMth, shown by U. W. lit the Y. W. C. A. has extended to MX o'clock to accommodate those who cannot attend earlier m the afternoon. Tea will be served from three four o'clock. At four o'clock a program w i t h slides from the Cleveland Museum of Art will given a f t e r which the exhibit bo open u n t i l six o'clock. In the 'exhibit will be found paintings by the outstanding American artist. Frank N. Wilcox of Cleveland School of Art; copies oil painting of two of Frank ncck's works in the C i n c i n Museum of A r t ; "The Italian Woman" and "The Florentine Girl" which were painted by Mrs. Logan Baird of Oberlm, a pupil of Duveneck, as well as watercolors by Mrs. Baird and an etching Julia Severance, formerly of Oberlin. Oberlin. Ohio sculpture will be represented represented by a bus relief of Henry Bailey, former dean of the Cleveland Cleveland School of Art and a bas relief relief of Judge A. R. Webber of Elyria both modeled by Mrs. A. D, Whidden of Elyria, librarian of the Cleveland School of Art under the nisi ruction of Herman Matzc-n. ! Cleveland sculptor. A figurine by Mrs, Whidden. and a woodcarving w i l l add interest to this group. Examples of Rook wood pottery, the finest made in America and played in European museums and of Cowan pottery, no longer made. ! but formerly designed by the a r Victor Schreekengost, will be among pieces selected from the Cowan exhibition rooms. Porcelain ware and varieties of handmade. hand-decorated glass such as Martha Washington a n in royal blue and in ruby, rose point, crystal, etched peach-bio i Diane patterns and other pieces , from rr.ore than a h a l f dozen modern fine glass factories, the number of which exceed t h a t other American modern finr glass factories will be on display Coverio's will suggest the pioneer Ohio crafts.