Otago Art Society Annual Exhibition 1922


November, 1922


Dunedin, New Zealand

Otago Art Society Annual Exhibition 1922

No. 114 Winter Ploughing oil £4.4.0 [Location Unknown]
No. 550 The Quiet Hour pen and ink £4.4.0 [Location Unknown]

Exhibition reviews

‘The Art Exhibition’, Otago Daily Times, 15 November 1922, pg 4, “Quality if not quantity is in evidence in “Winter Ploughing,” by Flora Scales, a really clever little effort.”

‘Dunedin Art Gallery’, Evening Star, 15 November 1922, pg 2, “‘Winter Ploughing,’ by Flora Scales, should not be overlooked. It is quite genuine.”

‘The Art Exhibition’, Otago Daily Times, 18 November 1922, pg 12, “In the forefront stands the delightful study in drypoint entitled “Once Upon a Time,” by H. Linley Richardson. The tree studies by Dorothy Venning; “Cathedral Square, Christchurch,” by J. M, Thomasson; “Tree Ferns,” by Trevor Lloyd; “The- Lagoon, Tomahawk,” by F. V. Ellis; a couple of portraits by T. H. Jenkin; and examples of the work of Flora Scales, R. Wallwork, M. S. M’Leod, and others go to make up a collection of excellent merit. Evidently the etching as a medium of expression is in a fair way to secure its due recognition among New Zealand artists.”