Second Traveling Exhibit (1916)

Second Traveling Exhibit
November 1916 – 1917

The first stop of the second traveling exhibition was the fine arts dept. of the Arizona State Fair in Phoenix (November 1, 1916).

As part of an effort towards art education, the Club organized a second traveling exhibition of members’ work that would be put on exhibition at libraries, clubs, and other local organizations. This exhibit was comprised of work from the club’s 7th Annual Exhibition. Alma May Cook of the CAC again traveled with the exhibitions and gave lectures about the art to visitors, including “What Art Means to Every-Day Life” and “What the Catholic Church Has Done For Art.”

Later it traveled to the Women’s Club of Tucson and the Long Beach Public Library (early Dec. 1916). At the start of 1917, it traveled to Redlands, San Bernardino, Riverside, Pomona College, Lankershim, San Fernando, Owensmouth, Fullerton, Huntington Park, Santa Ana and Redondo, plus others.

Exhibiting Artists

AUSTIN, Charles P.
"Two loosely-painted sketches and one small study…" The Evening Paper, In the Plaza, and ??

BISCHOFF, Franz
Two paintings both titled Roses

BLACK, Mary C. W.
St. Helen’s Landing

BRAUN, Maurice
In the Grove

BROWN, Benjamin C.
Fountain at San Fernando

BROWN, Benjamin C.
Old San Juan

BROWN, Benjamin C.
The Green Boat

CALL, Mary E.
Bruges Market

COAN, Helen
In the Hills

COSTELLO, Val
"small and charming little sketch of a canyon"

DANDO, Susie M. B.
Hydrangeas

GLEASON, Duncan
The Derelict

HAZEN, Bessie E.
Monterey Oaks

HILLS, Anna A.
Spring

JENKINS, Hannah Tempest
Wayside Cottage, Carmel

JUDSON, William Lees
Sweet Doing Nothing

KILPATRICK, Aaron E.
Evening

KOHLMEIER, Helen
Girl Painting

KOHLMEIER, Helen
"portrait sketch of a small boy in a red sweater"

LEIGHTON, Kathryn
From the Bank of the Arroyo Seco

LEIGHTON, Kathryn
Abalone Gatherer

MANBERT, Barton
Lavender and Old Brocade

MEGARGEE, Lon
The Bronco Buster

MINER, Frederick Roland
"truthfull little renderings of Connecticut summer scenes"

MOTT-SMITH, May
Hot Frijoles

NUNN, Evelyna
"truthfull little renderings of Connecticut summer scenes"

PUTHUFF, Hanson
Yellow Hills

ROSE, Guy
Foggy Morning

ROSE, Guy
The Tithe Farm

SMITH, Ernest Browning
Evening

SMITH, Jack W.
Serra’s Church

WENDT, Julia Bracken
No sculpture, but she sent in a large sepia photograph of her graceful relief for Music

WENDT, William
The Rising Moon

WENDT, William
The Mountain