Clipped From El Paso Herald-Post
ectlon A—Page Fourteen Artist to Show Scrolls On Mother's Day The original engrossed and illuminated religious scrolls of Mrs. Kate Krause Ball, will be shown at the Woman's Aladdin Club, two miles west of Canutillo, on Mother's Day, May 13 from 2 to 5 p. m. This exhibit and Silver Tea is 'the Club's participation in the current "El Paso Festival of Art," April 6 through .Tune 9, Mrs. Ball, 1962. nials, expressions of appreciation and the Preamble to the Constitution of the United States. Her design of the Inaugural Address of -Dwight D. Eisenhower brought enthusiastic priase from Washington and a personal letter-of appreciation from the President himself. She's Contributor She is a member of the American Artists Professional League and is a contributor in its grand national exhibit in New York. She . . . .. , . .. is listed in "Who's Who in Ameri- she ,s most widely known for her can Ar( ,, and ho , ds a life . fe]Iow . work in the meticulous art of en-|strip in the International Institute grossing and illuminating the]of Arts and Letters. Mr,. B.1! dent of El Paso, is a member of the Woman's Aladdin Club and has conducted member art classes there the past ten years. Although an outstanding artist in the American landscape f i e Id, scrolls of Biblical texts. The creations are done on parchment with ink, oil and gold leaf. The wording is in Old English lettering.. Benediction The scrolls which now number 50, are representative of Bible storeis. from the Creation to the Benediction. They have been reproduced in color in Ideals magazine. Twenty two were printed in » Christmas issue (1961) entitled, "Thus It Is Written." This was followed by 22 others in an Easter collection (1952) titled, -Words Eternal." It is planned that these prints, known as "Scriptures in Color" will soon be published in book form. It is hoped that eventually they permajientiy will be placed in * Hall of Scrolls or Prayer Room. There are other scrolls, also. These include poems, testimo- She is also a member of the Texas Fine Arts Association; the National Society of Arts and Letters; the El Paso Artists Association; and Art Department of the El Paso Woman's Club. Mrs. Ball will be present at the exhibit and tea to assist in receiving guests. The Woman's Aladdin Club members extend a cordial invitation to all to attend and enjoy this Christian art. Los Compadres Hold Monthly Meeting The Los Compadres Civic Club will hold their regular monthly meeting at 7:30 p. m. tonight at the Lady of the Light Church, 355 Dolan street. Final arrangements for their annual solarschip to Jefferson and Bowie High Schools will be discussed. Juan Gonzalez, president urges all members' to be present.