1972-04-01 EPAA members exhibits

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1972-04-01 EPAA members exhibits - -EL PASO HERALD-POST, Saturday, April 1,;197,2...
-EL PASO HERALD-POST, Saturday, April 1,;197,2 El Paso World of Art Current Exhibits " IntanwHoMl .JUmrt: 'sponsored by •Woman's P*et.- of the 'Chamber of Commfrc* Southwestern Arti ond CrotH. Painting* by Carlos Pineda. •l-Pm Art Amt! Inhibit! " Snimy'sBarbeque:; Association Palnt- Rodeway Mtulle Inn, Dyer street: Paintings by Jon Whitney. Letarey Williams and Margaret Cot- Woman's,' CKib: . Pointings by Wml Alexander and 'Marie Hughes; " SherotonMnn: •.Polnflnas by Dorothea -*." Hort. .,, r " - - , 'Provldince J4ospHal: Paintings Vby •Joannj-Vlclcers ond Norma William*. -YWrtA: Pfllntlno* by Rose Fertel.- -,Ch»lmont.House for Beauty: Association Association Pointers. . "C "C I a r k s-o n 's Airport Beauty Salon: -Association Painters. . -.-.Sun Towen Hospital: 'Pointings by -Helen' 'O'Neill. 5 V - •" • ' -El-Pasp Garden Center: Corolyn-Mc- . „ , Airport; Lobby: -Palnilnas^by'-VIrglnla- "•Rel<H/tand,Glodys Redehaver. Friday. 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday t a.m. to 2 D.m. Galleries- Cotton Memorial Gallery, UTEP 'Compus/;Monday through Frlday,-2~to 4 Museums El POM Cenlennlol Muteum UTEP campus Guided tours by appointment for^arouos of 15 or.^more.'.-PIanetarlum. Peak* Collection game • trophies, .lec- .tvres'-on-g e o I b,g y, anthropoloay -and 'iocaUorchaeology.-:WeeI:days -open from 10 a.m. to 5 D m., and Saturday from 1 to S Dm. Ft. BNss Replica. .Pleosanlon and Sheridan roads. Open dally from a.m. 1t> ^:<5- pjn.; military museum housed In four adobe bulldlnas,.-Small arms .1808 to present, with other military and civilian eaulpment of .ttie times. El Paso Muieum of Art, 1211 Montana avenue, : H e r Ira g e Gallery,.. Kress Collection Ooen Tuesdays through Saturdays Saturdays Ironv 10 o.m until 5 p.m. Sundays Sundays from l:te 5 p.m. Gallery tours Sundays Sundays at 2 p m. . Antique Museum: Clocks ana music boxe;, 3701,-: Chester, avenue. Open .10. a.m to 5 p rh. Sundays by appointment. Tlgua Indian Community Museum, 108 South Old Pueblo Rood; Sunday through • Oalcria d* lev Artw, Old 'N.M-'Southvrtit Paintings. T iTe s d a y throuan .Suixtov/;noon to 5 p.m.,. closed Monday Country -Workshop, 6330 Nortti .'Mesa -Monday: Ihrouah Saturday, 9 a.m. 1o"5 Httltt of Pronwi, Tlgua, hours 9 a.m. to 7 "p.m. dally; closed Mondays,, open •very other -Sunday. Tht Bfrdcoa*, 5525 Westslde road, (Farm Road 240). Thursday/ Friday and * Saturday/ 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., local art- Ills. -N. crook Internet. Art Gallery Inc./ 1220, Wyoming avenue:"? am. to 5 c.m. Monday thro ua,h Saturday. .Two Twtnty Two Gallery 222 Clncln natl avenue, hours Ilia m. "to 5 p m., Tuesdays throuah Saturdays. . Studio Gallery, Sally Williams, 311 Boston.- .Open : Tuesday 'throuah^. Saturday, Saturday, from 2 to 6 p.m. Th« Golfery, llth and Ohio, streets, Alamogorde/ N.M"/ Thursdays;"'? to • 9 p.m., Saturdays ond ^'Sundays 3 to 5 p.m., and by appointment, O|o Del Sol GaHery, La Vllllta Shoo- plna Village, 600 North. Oregon* .10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 10 p;m. Monday' through: Saturday. Espinosa Studio Gallery/ ,303 Pltacjo- ras street, Juarez; dally, 9 a m. to 6 D m ; paintings by Esolnosa. Jinx. Gallery ond Framing, &513 North Mesa, -9 a m. to 5:30 -p.m., Monday through .Saturday. - Paintings; by gallery artists, .'orlolnal prints, and sculpture. Daytime and evening classes. The Port-Folio, 1025. E. YandelJ avenue, avenue, 10'a.m to,4.p.m. dally. Sunday and evening: by appt. Classes for •children and adults. Ed Hill, 4120 Rio Bravo, suite 317 Saturdays, 9 a m. to S p.m.rSundays,M to 5 c.m.7 Weekdays ^by' appointment. prints, stoneware, ; handmade' Jewelry. • Gallerla d* la Peltov Lincoln 775, Juarez. Studio Coyoacan-"2916 -Avenlda ,de las Americas. Green-Field Galleries, H31 E. Yanbeli street,, Tue., Thurs. ond Sot., 10 a.m. 'to 6 p.m,; Wed.- and FrI./ 12~r»on to 8; pnv Rodeway Inn to Display Narca Duncan Paintings Narca Duricaa -will have a number of paintings on display at the Rodeway Inn at 9487 Dyer street from April 4 through the month of May. The paintings are done in oils and collage. Mrs. Duncan has a major in art" from The University of Texas -at El Paso: and at fee present time is doing graduate ' work in painting at NMSU in" Las Cruces. She has exhibited- her work in the annual Sun Carnival Show, ,the El Paso Artists Assn. Annual Show, Blending of Cultures Show, and numerous other local shows. She was"' awarded, the Vera Wise Purchase priie for th« best painting In the UTEP Student Show ^in 1971, and given honorable mention in the Artists' Assn. ''show at the El Paso'Museum:iri-197JL This This exhibit is sponsored by NORCA DUNCAN the El Paso Artists' -Assn. of: which Mrs. Duncan is a mem- b&r. x Executive Center Shows Art Work During April A one-man exhibit of paintings paintings at EJ Paso Executive Center Center is currently featuring Fred Fulton:, Twenty of his acrylics will show during during April. . In addition he ds showing 22 acrylics at Sim Towers Hospital i n April. Both of the exhibits are are sponsored by the H Paso Art Associai- tion of-which Fulton •'Mr; Fulton-Is- aanember. His worx was on- exhibit in the El Paso Art Association Fall Fair at the 'EtiPaso .Woman's .Woman's Club annual art show, both at Bassett Center as well as the Religious Art Festivals at Grace Methodist Church and the First Presbyterian Church ,now. 'His^work Jbas, shown at Joseph's Hospital and Rode- way Inn in. Juarez. He will exhibit his paintings in Carlsbad in April and is planning exhibit) - in other ' cities in Mexico. Local Artist Enters Art Awards Contest Evelyn Adrasa, -525 Corto Way, has entered an original painting in- the 10th annual Benedictine Art Awards, a national art competition mspired by the world famous art collection on .permanent display at the Benedictine Abbey in Fecamp, France. Ah American /Federation of Arts panel will judge the entries and choose 35 finalists to .receive certificates of achievement. Three of these finalists wdH be selected as the Dinners ..of ^$3*000, $750,;"'and

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  1. El Paso Herald-Post,
  2. 01 Apr 1972, Sat,
  3. Page 33

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