EL PASO HERALD-POST, Saturday, October 30, 1976- SHOWTIME Page Eighteen Johansson set for Juarez show Swedish horn Rosalie Johansson will be the guest artist to exhibit in the Juarez Museum of Art and History during November. A cocktail party will mark the opening on Friday, open to the public at which time she will be guest of honor. Now living in f.loxico City, Miss Johansson has shown her work in Sweden, Italy, Delhi, Bogota, Washington, D.C., New York and Mexico. She studied in Gotenburg, Sweden and the Academia de Belle Arti in Rome. IN 1952 she arrived in the U.S. where she joined the Art Student's League in New York under Will Garnet. The New York Times described her paintings as "Subtly primitive with reminiscences of Gauguin and the flavor of Nordic motifs." in the exhibit Miss Johansson has pieces of strong Mexican (pre Columbian) style with traces of Nordic designs. The exhibit is dedicated to journalist Alma Reed, a close friend who spent much time in Mexico and who sponsored Jose Clemente Orozco in the U.S. SWEDISH ARTIST Rosalie Johansson is seen in her studio in Mexico City where she is preparing the exhibit to hang in Juarez next month. At Woman's Club Rosanne J. Orndorff, El Paso artist and art instructor, will hang her paintings in the El Paso Woman's Club in the month of November. Mrs. Orndorff began painting in 1965 after a three year course with the Famous Artists School. She has also studied with Helen Van Wyk, Paul Strisik and Ken Gore, all of Rockport, Mass. Mrs. Orndorff has chaired or co-chaired 31 exhib ART CUSSES Basic fundamentals cl Sketching ar Palnllng Stlinlip 1 Landscin; days or evenings Open Tutdy b 3tll6 TITANIC OH. 7A515! Appomlnrnl 303 N.S EliuriuKd. CliM 851-294S its in the past seven years, including the 1970 National Sun Carnival Exhibit, the Art Mart, Art in the Park, the Airport Lobby Exhibit and art association shows. Doll makers DOLL MAKERS Mrs. Virginia show. Mrs. Scott's dolls are par-Scott, right and Mrs. Helen Reid celain reproductions of famous are two local doll makers who dolls. Mrs. Reid holds a rapro-will be showing their art at the duction she made of an old china third annual doll and miniature doll. SHE was accepted to exhibit in the statewide Art League Festival of the Arts, Oklahoma City. In 1974, Mrs. Orndorff was the recipient of the Kogar Award. In 1976, she won the Best in Oil Category, El Paso Museum of Art. She operates Orndorff's Art Spot, 4952 Hondo Pass Village, a custom frame shop, art supply store, teaching studio, and miniature art gallery. Doll show A doll reunion and miniature show and sale will be held bv the Emblem Club, No. 303, and Elks Auxiliary, and Sun Country Doll Folks at the Elks Club, 121lEast Cliff, Nov. 20 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Proceeds will go to eharity. The show is open to anyone with dolls or doll related items. There will be a contest for doll makers and a Dress-the-Doll. Ribbons will he given to the best entries from the doll collectors. An Uncle Sam doll made by Ollie's Dollies. Clovis. N.M., will be awarded to one of the people working in the show. Door prizes will be awarded during the day. the Galeria proudly presents paintings by Out of town artists will also exhibit their dolls. Local artists rum ai-fisiu nrp pxhihitine their work through No vember at the Southwest Title Company. Sigrid Wobst is a 29-year-old arusi rrom Germany mar-to nFfifflpnf 1 hf fiprman Air Force stationed at Ft. Bliss. Martha Harvey is a native Texan who First Fall concert for UTEP symphony The University Symphony Orchestra of U.T. El Paso will present its first concert of the season next Friday at 8 p.m. in Recital Hall. The concert, under the direction of its conductor, Laurence Gibson, will run the gamut from seldom heard repertory to ever-popular selections. In keeping with the Halloween season the orchestra will play Mussorgsky's Night on Bald Mountain. This piece nf programmatic music, with its frightening shrieks and ghostly scenes has long been a favorite of young people. AT THE other extreme will be Anton Wchern's Five Pieces for Orchestra from the year 1923. While now considered a classic of the twentieth century, those miniatures with a total playing time of about five minutes still startle many cars. They are scored for solo strings, E flat, B flat, Bass clarinets, guitar, mandolin, harp, organ, and other instruments. The concert will begin with the overture to Rossini's Cinderella. The story is a popular one although Rossini's opera is not often produced. As usual in this composer's work, we hear witty little themes countered by long, dramatic crescendi and violent contrasts. PERHAPS the most unusual offering of the evening will be Brahm's Serenade in D for small orchestra. Here, many of the orchestra's violinists will exchange their instruments the larger viola, since Brahms omitted the violins from this work. The darker sound thus created is brightened by the beautiful woodwind writing, of which Brahms was a master. The orchestra invites the public to its concerts free of charge. has lived in El Paso since IBau. Mr u'nhst trmV a three-voar eraohic course with jthe Famous Artists School and began oil painting in 1972. In 1975 she soia tnree paintings to ine vjovei n-ment District of Auricb. Mrs. Harvey has studied with Leona Ingram, Paul Cogar, Ray Lopez-Alem an, Richard Parra and Florence Hay. She prefers to paint florals and landscapes. She is a member of the El Paso Art Assn. and Lower Valley Art Assn. Our annua! holiday happening . . . THE FOURTH ONE-MAN SHOW BY LANDSCAPE PAINTER, PAT SWALLOW. Using traditional techniques to express a contemporary view, Mrs. Swallow creates a world of luminous clarity, highly individual in style, yet universally appealing. She will be in the Galena on Nov. 5, 6 and 7. Come join us at her show, and the festive start of the holiday season. Photo exhibit A photography exhibit by local professional and amateur photographers will go up in Centennial Museum at UT El Paso on Monday. It will hang through November. Hours at the museum arc 10 to 5 Monday through Friday and 1 to 5 Saturday and Sunday.
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