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16" x 10" folded once, printed program, enclosed in light brown paper wraps and enclosed in what appears to be hand made dark brown textured paper with artists name printed in white, front cover. There is an accompanying folded 40" x 26" sheet of hand made (rice?) paper with abstract salmon pattern. Also: single 11" x 8.5" announcement printed on one side with a photograph of the artist, for an exhibition of The Scrolls at The Community Congregational Church of Belvedere-Tiburon. The Art of Making Mosaics; black cloth in faded jacket with moderate wear, under mylar wrap. Very good.
Louisa Meyer Jenkins (1898 - 1989). Born in Anaconda, MT on Nov. 30, 1898. Louisa grew up in Seattle, WA. During WWI she served as a nurse in France and remained there for one year to study painting with Natalia Goncharova. Returning to the U.S., she married Mathew Jenkins and settled on the Monterey Peninsula. In 1958 she created her first of many mosaics for Catholic chapels. For her liturgical work, St Mary's College of Notre Dame (IN) awarded her an honorary degree. She was active as an artist until her death in Carmel.
Title: Stations of Life, A Series of Scrolls by Louisa Jenkins. Exploring the relationship between the ideas of Teilhard de Chardin and the scriptures. Together with The Art of Making Mosaics by Jenkins and Mills.
Publisher: San Francisco, California Palace of the Legion of Honor: 1969
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: Fine condition
lbs: 3.00 lbs
Seller ID: 5290
Keywords: Artists California