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Statesville Record and Landmark (Newspaper) - April 6, 1968, Statesville, North Carolina ARRANGING Larry Snoddy and Paul members of the festival arrange a painting for This entitled won a prize for Carl Grupp of the Minneapolis School of Art and is one of a collection which will be in the KIDDIE Kiddie Korner in which original paintings by children under 12 years of age is being Robert Henry has some expert help in selection of work by her Michael at and his right to Eddie Keith and Kevin APRIL 1968 STATESVILLE RECORD LANDMARK PAGE 3A At Johns Lutheran Church Festival Of Christian Art To Open On Palm Sunday By MILDRED HUSKINS It is fitting that Johns Lutheran Churchs second annual Festival of Christian Art should have its formal opening on Palm it Christians all over the world begin Holy Week At 2 the festival will open in the churchs fellowship The exhibit will be open the public until 5 Next Tuesday and Wednes day the doors will be open to the public from 2 until 5 and from until 9 and the final day of the hours will be from 2 until 4 special showings to church public school civic and other groups at times other than the regular announced hours may b e arranged by calling the church years festival will be more extensive than the first one staged last John pastor of the and his festival committee have arranged a wide variety of art work which should appeaj to all There is even planned a Kiddie Korner with original paintings by children under 12 years of Included will be representative paintings by members of the Artists Guild and by local and outoftown professional artists in the Of special interest will be the Durer Woodcut Prints loaned for this exhibit by the North Caro lina Museum of There is a National College Award dis play of nine original works which have won prizes in national competition from of unusual interest is a photo graphic exhibition of Lutheran Art USA which is sponsored by the Lutheran Society of Music and The These should appeal especially to art artists and There are art objects loaned by the Hickory Museum of Always of interest will be the handicrafts which will be on A display from Lenoir Rhyne College features works by stu dents from the Art The small worship centers are made of scrap materials and many of the carvings are of The students were allowed complete free choice o f according to Margaret professor of art at the Two of the paintings loaned by the Hickory Museum of Art are done by John Brady who is well known in Statesville as one of the professional people who encouraged the establish ment and organization of Arts and Science The oil Duet by Brady fea tures two choir women singing while dressed in choir robes and holding their Bradys Prayer in oils is an abstract impressionistic work depicting Christ kneeling in From the North Carolina Museum of Art comes Revela the woodcut series by Albrecht born in in was the son of a goldsmith and learned his fathers trade His creative interests quickly outgrew the limitations of this how and he was apprenticed to the foremost painter of Michael At the same time of Durers woodcuts for illustrated books were produced in Wolgemuts workshop and Wolgemut is said to be one of the first to broaden the aesthetic possibilities of the woodcut by using wellknown artists rather than professional illustrators who were often dominated by their The Revelation series of woodcuts was prepared by Durer to illustrate accompanying texts from the Book of The Christian faith still in spires artists as is illustrated by some of the more con temporary pieces which will be on Lesleys cochairmen for the festival are Marcus Nash and Robert Serving with them are Robert Robert Clyde Brown Larry Snoddy and Paul as a member of the Artists will have some of his work on There will be no admission Pick a time which suits your schedule and spend some time studying and appreciating these works of This is truly a Festival of Christian Johns Lutheran Churchs Second Annual Festival of Christian Arts will formally open to the public Sunday at 2 Robert Marlowe and Marcus here try to determine where the poster announcement should go while the church John looks The artist not only created the series in less than two but published the book The first two editions came out in They contained 15 wood cuts representing the martyrdom of John the In the Latin edition was reprinted with the addition of a making a total of 16 prints in the The entire series was given by Forbes of New to Howard of with the request that the prints be presented to an art museum selected by In Manning gave the series to the state museum to be included in the permanent collection Lutheran Art a photographic exhibit of art done for Lutheran churches and institutions in recent years was prepared by the Commission on Fine Arts of the Lutheran Society for Music and the It features large black and white photographs of a wide range of including paint sculp silver and Credit is given both the artist and the congregation or The art works photo graphed are located in 11 states and represent the work of 21 artists throughout the United The purpose of the exhibit is to show a wide range of fine An emphasis is placed upon creative and appropriateness for the The religious theme has been the driving influence of artists since the beginning of When the general public thinks of the masters the minds invariably to Michelangelo and his classic work such as Judgment in the Sistine Chapel in Vatican His sculptures such as David in Florence and Moses in We remember Raphaels Madonna and Child paintings more than anything he did and Leonardo STUDENT clay and plaster entitled is included in a collection La Vincis Last Supper was of Lutheran Student Art which will be on This work was done by Jan Philip student at ARTISTIC second from takes time out during probably his greatest and cer Dana College in Marcus assists Robert Black in placing the sculpture a working session by festival committee members to discuss the fine points tainly his best known piece of for of painting for Robert and John The pastel of the t 1 H A W i head of Christ was done by Lasleys Jackie The Victory of the Cross ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON By Alfred luetctier Clyde festival committee member in charge of is assisted with the unpacking of objects of art by Kyle There will be ceramics and other crafts of interest in the festival Betrayed by Jesus was bound and led to the palace of the high As Peter denied his association with Christ three times that Brought before him for Pilate ordered Jesus His at tempt to release Christ failed and Pi late reluctantly surrendered Him for To humiliate those who manipulated Him Pilate had a title placed upon Christs cross declaring He Latin and of the After His Pilate gave Jesus body to Joseph of Arimatheu so he could bury Him in his own John GOLDEN TKXT John LISTEN TO SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON OVER WSIC 10 TO EVERY SUNDAY MORNING L WILSON BUILDING Intersection of Interstate 40 and 64A East DIAL 8722411
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