MISS GETHER’S EXHIBITION
Tomorrow and the next day, in her stndio—-an upstairs room in Reids’ building, Liverpool street—Miss Gether will be prepared to exhibit and explain the making of a well-varied assortment of art decorative work- Our representative saw the goods to-day, and was quite surprised to find so many pretty and useful articles, all made in Dunedin from materials procurable ip and, indeed, grown in the Dominion. There are purses, cushion covers, watch fobs, blotter covers, card cases, and aJJ gprts pf things for personal or house use, mad® from skins, some of which are almost ip fineness to the FrenchTm shaming feature of these articles is their designing-. Miss Gether has adapted the Maori carving as a pattern for much of this work- We also see art weaving products. Including tapestry, scarves, runners, and even a coat, all these things being made from our own wool. There is much skill and originality in the exhibits under notice, and the exhibition is unique lh that it is quite Independent of exports.
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MISS GETHER’S EXHIBITION, Evening Star, Issue 15663, 30 November 1914