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The Ubyssey
dated February 1936

Art Exhibit in Faculty Room of Library

     An exhibit of thirty-nine pieces of dry point by three local artists is being displayed under the auspices of the Art Club in the Faculty room of the Library starting today. This exhibition was displayed in the Vancouver Art Gallery in December and was judged one of the most successful black and white exhibitions put on in Vancouver. A price list will be posted with the exhbition and replicas of any pictures may be obtained also.
     "Although this is only the first exhibition the Art Club hope to have a series of like exhibits during the year," states the president of the club. This association would be pleased to receive comments from the students on the work. The three artists, Paul Goranson, Orville Fisher, and Edward Hughes are young British Columbia men "who are contributing a lively note to the Art of B.C."
     They take as their subjects scenes of the province and are the painters of three murals in the First United Church in Vancouver. They were students of the Vanocuver (sic) School of Art under C.H. Scott and later of the B.C. College of Art under F.H. Varley.


Clipping provided courtesy of Vancouver Art Gallery Library

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