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artist, who are both members of the Cordon Club, a professional club for women which corresponds to the Cliff Dwellers for professional men, entertained entertained members of the lirown county group and others at delightful little dinner psrtloH. An hour was spent In the spacious reception room. Mr. and Mr. John Weaver extended gracious hospitality nnd receiver) several several guests informally In their beau tiful home which Is Just off from Lake Shore drive. A visit to the Arts Club, In' the Wrlgley building, whose artistic scheme of interior decoration fs not excelled In Chicago, cam? for some of us at a time when walls were hung with magnificent canvases by the Spanish artist, Hermlngillo Anglada y Camarasa, whose art has created a sensation In Brooklyn, N. Y., and Washington. H1h p"lntlng were first shown in this emintry at the international international exhibition at the Carnegie institute institute In JiilM. Two-members Two-members Two-members of the youngest group of Indianapolis artists who were awarded prizes and had all of their entries accepted for displny and sold a picture or so in the Hoosier salon at Chicago, Hugh Poe and R. L. Selfrldge, Selfrldge, are holding an exhibition of nineteen paintings at the T'cttis gallery here, to continue all of this week. Both young; men were trained in the Herron art achoul nnd both painted at I'rovlncetown last summer In the classes of Charles W. Hawthorne. The following are titles of Hugh l'oe's twelve pictures: "Sleepy Col. Bell," "Ixireen Kills," "The Little Hobo," "The Fallen Rose," "Sandy," "New England Back Yard." "Spring Lake," "The Musicians," "Before Twilight," "Figures That Stroll," ''Rink Dress" and "Portuguese Girl." "Sandy" Selfrldge shows the following: following: "The Grove," "Lydla," "Fork Road," "Ready to Sail," "Gardening," "Early Morning" and "Poplars." Dale Eessire will follow the "Hugh and Sandy" show at the Pettis gallery gallery with an exhibition of his Erown county paintings. I O. Griffith of Nashville, Brown county, will hold a two weeks' exhibition exhibition of etchings in Terre Haute, opening April 7. The show will be of wide scope, ss the fifty prints will Include Include Mr. Griffith's work with the etcher's needle during fifteen or more yea rs. The rotary exhibition of Brown county pictures, In charge of Homer G. Davlsson of Fort Wane, Is now at Newcastle, having opened last Mon day to continue through ihls w!:. Mr. Davlsson writes that "much credit for the success of the exhibitions exhibitions at both Elkhart and South Bend Is due to the Interesting and enthusiastic enthusiastic Sunday afternoon talks given by Miss Ruth Kelly, art super

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  1. The Indianapolis Star,
  2. 22 Mar 1925, Sun,
  3. Page 5

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