Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 7, 1974 · Page 33
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July 7, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 33

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7,1*74 Mr. and Mrs. Erie Wright Couple's Paintings in Exhibit by Mr. art Mi*. Eric Wrijht have been shown u Paris aid BOW * Charks- tofli And Mrs. Wright says: "The lightinc at the Charleston Art Gallery at Sunrise is better than in the important museums of France." Two of her oils. "Eternal Life" and "Summer Day at the Island of Sylt." are part of the current rental exhibit at Sunrise. Her husband is repre- sented by 2 a*d 3." "We ·eri- rirf." Mil UK. Wrifht, Ike Uraer Mtrf arct While of They Met · P«r- pfe*. Italy. He is an electronics engineer and has been an international marketing analyst in the field of electronics with a French company. They lived in Paris for 13 years. She gave up her foreign ser- vice career after marriafe, but her talents have f «Mt m outlet M the arts. She earned a doctorate in French literature from the Sorbonae, and in addition to her painting has published a volume of poetry. * · * HIGHLIGHT of the couple's artistic career, however; was the acceptance of two of their paintings in an exhibit at the Museum of the Luxembourg Palace last year. Their's were the only works by Americans accepted for the exhibit which had as its theme "Art and Christianity." Their paintings received favorable comment from famed critic Henri Heraut writing in "L'Amateur d'Art," a leading French art magazine. The Wrights returned to this country last month. They are visiting Mrs. Wright's mother, Mrs. Harriet White at her Edgewood home. "We have no definite plans where we will locate. It's all up in the air. But that's no- thing new for us -- we didn't expect to spend 13 years in Paris, either." Living abroad forms its own patterns of life, though, and most of our friends are there. So we really don't know where we'll settle," she added. Mrs. Wright, a graduate of Bryn Mawr. joined the foreign service of the United States State Department and served in Europe and Asia. She was the first woman consul to be sent to Yokohama. Japan. Designer'x Touch Create Wonderful World of Walls MR. AND MRS. ERIC WRIGHT Their Work Part of Current Exhibit at Sunrise Vacationers Return Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Arbaugh and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene T. Naylor of Clendenin have returned aftef a month's vacation in New England. They spent two weeks at the Newport, Vt., cottage of the Ar- baughs' son, toured the Maine Coast and visited at Campo- bella Island, Canada. Mrs.' Talmadge Rosewell Scragg, the former Pamela Sue'-Shamb'lin, was honored with bridal showers given by Mrs. Paulette Payne and Miss Jeanje Osbourne. She was married on June 29. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Atkins (Tinker Sevy) and daughters will be honored at an informal open house reception at the home of her mother, Mrs. Sadie Sevy, 112 Edgewood Apts. on Thursday from 7 to 10 p.m. The Atkinses are in Charleston on a short visit from Dallas, Texas. Out-of-town guests attending the 60th wedding anniversary celebration today of Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Ferguson of Coonskin Dr. include: Mrs. W. W. Fife and Barbara Fife of Louisville, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. E. L. St. Clair and Steve, Sandra and David of Tulsa, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferguson of ^ Gallipolis,*0hio; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lewis of Racine; Mr. and Mrs. John Weatherman of Ararat, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Woody of Alexandria, La. Stationery Three Printers 5ft: We Know the Right PERMANENT for your hair! VACATION SPECIALS PERMANENT*! TMITRETOUCH , 5 25 I TINT RETOUCH ' HAMCUT, SHAMPOO ' I I ShuriHiilr t"f7C * '^ tA9C I I uSu^r *7' 5 I SHMTHAIt /!" | II WHhCoupon f WMhCMMH T I t -- _ -- _ _ -- ___ -- |_nnH»n^ii^__ M ^. _ a J · No appointment necessary unless you prefer a special operator. Hollywood Beauty Salon 711 Fife St. 342-4542 Open Evenings by Appointment, Monday-Tuesday-Thursday-Friday = . . . . . . . ·^^··B · By Connie Shearer In a day when doing the L : j walls means more than just 3 hiring a painter or a paper -7 hanger, why not do something s really different to your walls? * After all. that is your largest ··* area for decorating. "I One visit to your local paint ^ and wallpaper store tells you '4 that there is just no limit to :* the beautiful and interesting colors and designs available. But it still takes your most important instrument,; good old imagination, to do something really different. * * * WOULD YOU ever consider the upper wall in a geometric print and the lower wall, separated only by two inch molding, in a coordinated stripe? Or how about extending your carpet a couple feet up the wall and then start the wallhanging? If you're looking for elegance and something original, why not turn to mirror and paneling. You may choose the conventional mirror, the smoked mirror or.the looking glass flecked with gold. And there's no end to the types of paneling available. Just to see how daring you really are, take a look at the photograph and then order long narrow mirrors and a supply of barnside paneling. * * * ALTERNATE THE mirrors and paneling on the walls and ceiling of the room. The mirrors create a feeling of greater spaciousness and can be most effective with candlelight, if you choose to do a dining room. There you have a room that's different and one that is easy to maintain, since all you have to do is wipe the mirror and the prefinished paneling with a damp cloth. For a bedroom, you might try alternating paneling painted white or one of the decor colors with printed wallpaper. And in a den, alternating paneling with contrasting paneling can be most effective. Spring Summer Values to S 55°° Famous Names Mens Womens How Can If Q. How can I prevent the colors in silk fabrics from running when washing them? A. Any colored silk fabric requires careful washing. Never allow it to become terribly soiled before washing. When laundering, add a little salt to cold water to prevent the colors from running. 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