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THE MICHIGAN DAILF

TUESDAY, 23 FEBRUAR'Y' I96A

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ARTS and LETTERS By Kay Holmes
Andrews Exhibitiion Opens

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Now bright, now brooding . .
at times turbulent, yet carefully
tenored . . . always expressive and
forever evocative . . . such are the
landscapes of Julia Andrews on
view at the Forsythe Gallery
through March 12.
An assistant professor of art at
the University, Mrs. Andrews has
received prizes and awards from
the Delaware Art Center, the Bal-
timore Museum and the Michigan
Watercolor Society. Although this
is her first one-woman exhibition
In this area, her list of exhibi-
tions is extensive.
Although Mrs. Andrews has
travelled extensively through the
Great Smokie Mountains, her
landscapes are a composite of her
experience. Painted in her studio,
they are done from memory, from
a composite of her experience with
paintings, people and environ-
ment.
Manner
The subjects of her work are

not predetermined in a methologi-'
cal manner. Her landscapes are
not representational. Rather, it is
the forms in the landscapes which
;he presents. By seeing these forms
in certain relationships, she pro-
duces different viewpoints, which
are expressed in her free and evoc-
ative watercolors and drawings.
"The Fall" is presented in the
orange and yellow dominance of
that season. Yet the brilliance of
these tones is subdued with mut-
d green and brown tones, and
broad brown, black strokes. The
superimposed tones and forms
are reminiscent of that season,I
and they evoke reflection in their
free expression of it.
With freedom of brush and

The transparency of brush
strokes is evident in the black
and white composition of "Rocks
and Water" and "Rock Pool."
Fine touches contrast with heav-
ier, more blatant strokes as the
blacks and grays frequently vary
in superimposed context.
Just as the subject matter of
Mrs. Andrews.is expressed by the
building up of remembered ex-'
periences, so her paintings are
technically developed over a lons
period of time. The juxtaposition
of tones and superimposed formF
are done by successive strokes,
applied after the first paint has;
dried.
In her freely presented land-!

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paint, Mrs. Andrews also a
expressive tonality in
Place." The brooding brow]
green-blacks on white-grey
ground contrasts with the
brighter arrangement in
Oak."

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hieves scapes, Mrs. Andrews achieves an
"High emotional impression as well as an{
is and original expression of forms in
back- varying and subtle tonality. Her
fuller. landscapes are rembrances, and
"Red they evoke reflection in the view-
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Carey P. McCord of the pub-
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Role of the Dental-Service Cor-
poration in Providing Oral Health
for Groups of Consumers, in the
winter 1965 issue of the Journal
of Public Health Dentistry. An-
other article, "The Problems and
Needs of. the Chronically Ill and
Aged Dental Patient" is summar-
ized in the January 1965 issue of
Dental Abstracts.
* * *
Prof. David F. Striffler of the
public health and dental schools
is the author of three current pa-
pers dealing with public health
dentistry.
Striffler also edited a 200-page
report of a training course in
dental public health administra-
tion and is co-author of "Fluori-
dation of Water Supplies in Small
Rural Communities," published in
the January Public Health Re-
ports.

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Reuther, president of the United Feb. 23, 315 Auto. Lab., N. Campus, of data processing equipment. VariousP
Reuterpreidet oftheUnied:at 3 p.m. Chairman. F. G. Hammitt. locations.t
Auto Workers Union, will speak
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Poor" in the University Activi- Generl No i s F.D.I.C., Wash., D.C.-Bank Examiner
ties Center's symposium on Amer- Physical Education: Women students Trainees-Men & women. BA, min. 24I
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interested University students. Ed- from 3-5 p.m. in Aud. B, Angell Hall
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violin; Florian Mueller, oboe, and lege will be given a list of delinquent SAB, ,-
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Speech Cons.; H.S.--Span.. Math, Eng-
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ch., Lib.; J.H. Home Ec.
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Engl., For. Lang., Guid, Ind. Arts,
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Fifth Series: Dr. Edgar F. Westrum, Jr.
(U. of M Chem. Dept.) will speak on
"Energetics of Molecular Freedom in
the Crystalline State" on Wed., Feb.
24 in Room 1300, Chem. Bldg., at 8;
p.m.-Third Lecture.
Regents' Meeting: March 19. Commu-
nications for consideration at this meet-
ing must be in the President's hands
not later than March 5.
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cations are being taken for a fellow-
I ship for graduate work which will
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velopments with the problems of re-
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and relftted fields who are interested
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Director of the University Library (764-
9356) or the Office of the Director of
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