JMAM collection open until September 9
by Hawkins Teague
Aug 29, 2007 | 0 0 comments | 11 11 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The latest Janice Mason Art Museum exhibit opened last week, and Trigg County residents and tourists will have the next week-and-a-half to check out its many unusual items. The exhibit closes on Sept. 9 and will be replaced by the juried art show on Sept. 14.

The exhibit, “Oh, the Things We Collect,” was put together at the last minute after a planned show was canceled. Museum administrator Paula Lisowsky said that she was so impressed by what the museum had come up with, that she might try something similar next year.

Most of the items’ owners are not identified, although a couple of them are, including Wanda DeName’s collection of Cadiz business memorabilia. Lisowsky said that many people knew about Paul Fourshee’s collection of plum bobs that he has procured over the years. Fifty-two of 350 exquisitely crafted plum bobs were hung by Fourshee by one of the walls.

The show also featured old hand puppets, some of the strangest shoes imaginable, North and South Vietnamese busts and a hat, Mexican folk art, walking canes with various heads, all kinds of strange masks, sand pails, hand bags, election memorabilia from the courthouse, a chain mail helmet, Indian wood carvings and many interesting pots.

For the rest of this story, read this week's Cadiz Record.
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