Marsha Evans has a degree in graphic arts. At their Saint Helena studio, Henry made linocuts of his botanical drawings and Marsha married ink to paper, printing on their 1852 Washington hand letterpress. Works exhibited at the McCune November 15th–27th.
Mrs. P. J. Patrick, architectural historian, has researched the history of medicine dating from the Mesopotamian civilization. She has traveled extensively through the Middle East and Greece, and lived in Europe and Great Britain for eight years. She is a delightful and witty storyteller.
David Lance Goines, graphic designer, is one of the most distinguished and respected of contemporary artists. His work is represented in the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art and the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C. Posters exhibited at the McCune September 10th–24th