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The 41st Annual Exhibition Of The Ann Arbor Art Association In Rackham Galleries, March 1964 Photographer: Doug Fulton

The 41st Annual Exhibition Of The Ann Arbor Art Association In Rackham Galleries, March 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 16, 1964
Caption
A sound summary of area creativity is currently being offered in the Rackham Galleries where the Ann Arbor Art Association has hung its 41st annual exhibition. Paintings include (from left) Helen Cohen's "Still Life With Little Girl"; Frances David's "For The Birds"; Faith Ross's "Young Mangroves"; and Ellen Bonar Wilt's "Waiting for Yasuo." The exhibit will run through March 27. Hours are 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Preparations For The Annual Exhibition Of The Ann Arbor Art Association, October 1953

Preparations For The Annual Exhibition Of The Ann Arbor Art Association, October 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 5, 1953
Caption
Getting ready for the Ann Arbor Art Association's exhibit of local art, which opens tonight at the Rackham Galleries, are these two husband and wife teams of artists. They are (left to right) Mrs. Ethel Lewis, instructor in ceramics for the public schools' adult education program; Richard Wilt, University art teacher; Mrs. Ellen Bonar Wilt; and William A. Lewis, U-M technical illustrator who is in charge of hanging the exhibition.

Mrs. Ellen B. Wilt & Mrs. Roberta McClure Prepare For Rackham Galleries Art Sale, November 1956

Mrs. Ellen B. Wilt & Mrs. Roberta McClure Prepare For Rackham Galleries Art Sale, November 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 16, 1956
Caption
ART FOR Ann Arbor: Preparations of the Rackham Galleries for an art sale sponsored by the Ann Arbor Art Association was under way today with the help of Mrs. Ellen B. Wilt (left) of 1301 Pomona Rd., taking time out to watch Mrs. Roberta McClure of 2110 Alice St. put finishing touches on a decorative pagoda. Art works of various types will be offered at the 50 cents to $50 sale, which opens at 8 p.m. today and will run from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. on weekdays through December 5.

Women artists thrive with mutual support

Women artists thrive with mutual support image
Parent Issue
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31
Month
January
Year
1982
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Ellen Wilt Displays Her Papier-Mâché Angels In Different Stages Of Completion, November 1950

Ellen Wilt Displays Her Papier-Mâché Angels In Different Stages Of Completion, November 1950 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 2, 1950
Caption
Mrs. Richard Wilt, Pittsfield Village housewife, has the unique Christmastime hobby of making papier-mache figurines for interior holiday decorating. Here, she holds one of the figures (right) as it looks when completed. At left is another character molded on a chicken wire frame from layers of paste-soaked newspapers. In the foreground is a third figure, representing the stage after the newspaper has been painted with a flat white base. Mrs. Wilt uses the basement of her apartment as a workshop.

Mrs. Wilt's Painting Accepted For Exhibit

Mrs. Wilt's Painting Accepted For Exhibit image
Parent Issue
Day
10
Month
December
Year
1960
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Richard, Ellen, & Robin Wilt - Award Winning Family Of Artists, June 1963 Photographer: Duane Scheel

Richard, Ellen, & Robin Wilt - Award Winning Family Of Artists, June 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 26, 1963
Caption
Three of Ann Arbor's "achievers in art" may be found in one family. They are Prof. and Mrs. Richard Wilt (standing) and their 13-year-old daughter Robin (seated) shown above in Prof. Wilt's studio in the basement of their home on Pomona Rd. Awards for their drawings and paintings came to each of the Wilts during the past few weeks.