July 9. 1981 r H E . Mexico's I fei Edible Orchids | Page 9 | ;L QN G B E #c H? c A t "'-'-"" - .-.----*- ~~ -- -- h m 1 1 (Â·*.'; t"% *Â£. "Return of the Prodigal Son," by Barfolome Esteban Murillo, is among works chosen for 1 9 6 1 Lagima Beach Pageant of Masters. Lagruna Beach's Phenomenon in Art Sy Kerner C. Secfc /* FEW YEARS AGO a well-known writer was invited to visit Luijuna Beach's Festival of Arts and Pageant of the Masters. He publicly proclaimed that he didn't t h i n k there was anything in the little seaside village that would interest him to the extent of making a special trip to the West Coast. However, he came, and saw. His account of the Pageant of the Masters w i t h its incidental display of 200 booths showing the work of local artists and h a n d c n t f t workers was summed up by him as "An All-American Phenomenon." This summer a f t e r the Festival of Arts has run its 30-day course--from July 15 through Aug. 13--this "All-American Phenomenon" will probably lake (Continued on Page Seven} . m' p i 1 ll si w i m i l 1 i Living figures here reproduce Josiah Wedgwood plaque taken from a mantelpiece decoration in Jefferson's Monticello home.
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