Title: Six Early Women Artists: A Diversity of Style
"That the purpose of this organization be to advance the knowledge of and interest in art, and to create a spirit of cooperation and fellowship between the artists and the people." (Carmel Art Association Minutes Book, August 8, 1927.) "In the tradition of the statement of purpose issued at the first meeting founding the Carmel Art Association in August 1927, the current membership is pleased to present its fifth exhibition of work by early members. This exhibition honors the 64th anniversary of the organization. An organization that is truly 'owned and operated by the artists.'"
9 x 9
Number of Pages: 102
Number of Photos: 78
Number of Color Photos: 61
Available through the Carmel Art Association, P. O. Box 2271, Carmel, CA 93921, Tel. (408) 624-6176
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