The Whittier Art Gallery continued to exhibit the work of prominent artists while bracing for World War II and living through the most difficult of the War years. Exhibits of the work of Edgar Payne, Enjar Hansen, Eleanor Colburn, Clyde Forsythe, Sam Hyde Harris, Hanson Puthuff, and others, […]
The exhibit of Richard Munsell oil and water color paintings was proclaimed, “Years outstanding local one-man painting show”, by Arthur Millier, Los Angeles Times art critic.
Association members enjoy an impromptu program of talks that are recorded and “read back to the audience by phonograph”.
Wayne Long is known widely through out California for his ceramic work. He is president of the Whittier Art Association.
The Whittier Art Association begins their annual Membership Drive, remembering their first year in the gallery they built on Painter Ave.
Sam Hyde Harris, 1939-40 president of the Laguna Beach Art Association, is among the award winners in the Whittier Art Association’s Competitive Member’s Exhibit.
Camera Club members remember the origin of the club’s name, “Circle of Confusion.”
Architect William Harrison exhibits his drawings and photographs. It was Wm. Harrison that donated the plans for the Whittier Art Gallery in 1938.
Gallery exhibits Ejnar Hansen’s oils and water color paintings. Mr. Hansen is represented at the Los Angeles Museum in the California Water Color Society’s Annual Exhibition. He is the president of the California Water Color Society.
1941 January, 4, Whittier News: Architect’s Work In Magazine – William H. Harrison Monopolizes Issue as His Work Here Lauded
Architect William Harrison, who donated the plans for the Whittier Art Gallery in 1938, is praised by the Architect and Engineer Magazine.