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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, December 16, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 37 LONDON (UP) Canadian David Partridge must be art's greatest beneficiary of the nail-making industry. i David Partridge greates t beneficiary of industry Sculptor works together to capture fine arts prize Canadian Since 1958 lie has been mak- A "Naillie" of his won the take the thing seriously." teacher. He had attended A London resident sinco Hotel a few months ago. show In L must be art's ing "nail sculptures" and sculpture prize at the Mont- Born 51 years ago in Ohio painting classes while at uni- 1962, Partridge has found his His largest sculpture so far soon at t >hrv of the using up a lot of factory pro- real Museum of Fine Arts in but a naturalized Canadian versily and had won a scliol- work equally as successful is a 12-by-42-foot nail mural Gallery for duction in the process. 1961. After that, he "started to since 1945, Partridge studied arship to L o n d o n 's Slade here as in Canada. Private which he recently installed in He plans Negro Jews plan move to Israel ELWOOD, N..T. (AP) Fifty Negro Jews have decided to move to Israel, which they con- sider their homeland and where they expect to be free of racial prejudice they have encoun- tered in the United Slates. Those hoping to make the journey worship at a small syn- asosiie headed by Rabbi Abel Kespes in this community near Atlantic City. Rabbi Hespes said the members of his all-black congregation view Israel as their true home. take the thing seriously." Born 51 years ago in Ohio but a naturalized Canadian since 1945, Partridge studied geology at the University pf Toronto before joining the RCAF during the Second World War. Until he hit upon the idea of nail sculpture when wood and nails were at hand after a day spent decorating the house, Partridge worked as an art teacher. He had attended painting classes while at uni- versity and had won a schol- arship to L o n.d o n 's Slade school to study in 1950. "But I learned about he said, "mostly from the people I taught." Partridge is modest and un- assuming about his work: "I don't like theorizing; but one would like to be thought an avant-garde artist." A London resident sinco 1962, Partridge has found his work equally as successful here as in Canada. Private and public collections of his sculptures have been shown in London's Tale Gallery and tha National Gallery in Ottawa. Hotels are particularly in- terested in his works which are worth between and In London he completed a mural for the Royal Garden Hotel a few months ago. His largest sculpture so far is a 12-by-42-foot nail mural which he recently installed in York University, Toronto. Partridge's fourth major show in London will be open soon at the Covent Garden for three weeks. He plans to go back to Can- ada early next year to resume teaching. 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