and Mary Moroney
Portrait of Marriage' exhibit on display at Bayly Art Museum
Motley Kalergis' images of married couples do not lie about the
sometimes heartbreaking difficulties of marriage, and yet they demonstrate
that marriage can be strong, frank, loving and immeasurably tender,
according to Stephen N. Margulies, curator of works on paper. Her
portraits of a wide variety of couples constitute a kind of interview
composed of words and pictures, he said.
exhibition was organized by The Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk
and made possible by the J.L. Camp Foundation, Inc. The exhibition
book, "With This Ring: A Portrait of Marriage," is available
for purchase at the museum bookshop.
will give a slide presentation Sept. 3 at 4:30 p.m. in Campbell
Hall 153, preceding the First Friday Reception at 5:30 p.m. in the
will also hold two photography workshops for couples Sept. 16 and
23, from 7 to 9 p.m. For reservations call 924-7458.