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Montrose Voice, No. 312, October 17, 1986 - File 019. 1986-10-17. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. June 4, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/2827/show/2816.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 312, October 17, 1986
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
  • Wyche, Linda
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date October 17, 1986
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 22329406
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Transcript 18 MONTROSE VOICE'OCTOBER 17. 1986 Celebrating Art in Montrose By Elroy Forbes Montrose Voice d Gump's Celebrates 125 Not as old as Texas, but just as sassy, Gump's, the exclusive San Francisco Department Store, is celebrating 125 years—and at the original Post Street Christofle, official silversmith to Napoleon HI, salutes Gump's 125th anniversary with this Art Nouveau Umbel Vase time when artists were trying to break away from imitations, albeit personal ones, from the 17th and 18th century styles. These artists returned to nature and found an inexhaustible source of inspiration in plant life. Art Nouveau, or Le Modern Style as it became known in French, came from this movement and reached its peak in 1900. About 1920, flowers, fruits, insects, vines and leaves became stylized resulting in a more sober line with nature forms. You may recall many of the Tiffany designs from this period. Later Art Nouveau, completely stylized, dissolved into the popular Art Deco Style. At the Exposition Universelle of 1900 in Paris, Henri Boilhet, nephew and successor of Charles Christofle, already 70 years old, designed some 300 models in a style that is still difficult to classify. Handsome visual merchandising artist, Lee Findley explained, "It is so rare for Gump's to be associated with reproductions. But these pieces and the Bacarri collection are certainly worth exploring." □ Heavenly Artists Tom Liddell, Darrell Troppy and wonderful line artist Mary Butler are being featured this weekend at Heaven along with works from the students ofthe Art Institute of Houston. The students are competing for a $500 cash award for the best Heaven poster. A viewing will be open to the public on Sunday afternoon. d Master Works 611 artist in resident, Wayne Means— a master in his own right of silk screen, Indian art, design and display, is presenting "A Tribute to the Masters," original watercolor reproductions by Wayne of works by such great artists as da Vinci, Michelangelo, Manet, Van Gogh, and Picasso. The wonderful pieces will be displayed through Sunday with an 8:00 p.m. public auction benefitting Omega House. g Hoe Down Hoe Down at The Barn is a yearly event—as famous as all those spring hula skirts. CYB Vince shirtless? All that hair ... John Owens stuck in the The Canna Bowl was created about 1907 with two elegantly shaped leaves connected by a flowing stem-like handle, all for about $550 during Gump's celebration near Union Square location. The Galleria-Houston location of Gump's, not experiencing the current Houston slump, is hosting a remarkable Art Nouveau collection of silver by Christofle. The late 19th century was a trash can? Ashley going home early? Hay all over the place? It was a real cowboy winner and as I have been told, the action ran most of the night and only a few names will be repeated, but I have a lot of initials recorded. Hoe Which has the Tony? Wayne Means stands by one of his master creations at The 611 Everyone is touring the 611 Salute to the Masters Down featured live DJ music by Larry & Dusty of the Red Ryders DJ Service, 354-3700. Some 10,000 selections make up their collection of music. Meanwhile Vince and John were doing a fast polka when Vince lifted John up and neatly fit him right into a trash barrel. People left and brought back their own crowd. Even Cindy performed a big fall down act for Hoe Down. Tuesday Steak Night was filled with Hoe Down talk. Spied in the crowd was Dallas-bound Rick visiting with Dallas returnees Billy & Roland; Jim Lambert & Mike Gonzales; Mel and several followers. Big news at The Barn was the announcement of beer busts from 8 to 12 Monday-Friday for $3. The Red Ryders DJ Service: Larry & Dusty □ Names in the News BRB's Walter Carter is doing just fine—even though Alan Pierce did not let him wear the horse suit in the hospital. Bodyworks Bill is down and out with this new flu going around. Dale Everts of Dale's Barber Styling ofthe Heights has a funny story about a red neck homophobe in his shop. Seems the man's rhetoric got a little too prejudice and Dale showed him the door. The funny part is that the man left with long hair on one side and a short razor cut on the other. Wordcraft/s Bill Lubing is suffering from a dental visit side effect—Bell's Palsey, a paralysis from stress or a virus that has to wear off in a few weeks or months. TGRA and IGRA officials are meeting all over the state as the Dallas rodeo dates move toward us. Remember if you want to charge tickets, call Ticketron. The big savings is the admission to all eat at The Barn
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