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Blythswood Square, Glasgow (above) and watercolours are alive with the l was the venue, 1954 the year and swaying, seductive rhythms of dance.
’ Margaret Morristhe teacher. Married to the artistJ.D. Fergusson __ Third Eye and the Margaret Morris (See Arts Page, City Arts Centre ' c S l Movement, celebrating its 75th Edinburgh), Margaret Morris was not
anniversary year, have recently
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published “Margaret Morris - Drawings extraordinary talent, but she was also a WINE BAR 8‘ BRASSER'E and Designs andthe Glasgow Years’. prolilic writer, founderolmany dance Pat Douthwaite was affected early, at and movement therapy schools, a the age at seven, by this enigmatic qualified physiotherapist, a painter : WE ARE (B)R|NG|NG IN A NEW ; woman whom she describesinthe - and designerandawoman ofgreat l A LA CARTE MENU AND WINE LIST ; bookasa ‘tall, straightperson who personalmagnetism. , wore long pointed shoes and acres of Though a slim volume, this book is a SO — MAKE IT YO U R N EW YEAR 8 green dress’. William Maclellan also fascinating tribute to a woman who has RESOLUT|QN TO PAY US A V|S|T recounts hislirstmeeting asa affectedthe dance world colourful one, when Margaret first intemationally and beyond her own
swept into the oftice, ‘a vision in green - time. Her work continues to be an
and turquoise, colour which seemed to inspiration to many, and in the words of
OPEN 1 1 am TILL LATE permeate everything she did‘. Though Ms. Douthwaite, ‘llyoutalk aboutdead drenched in colour, Morris‘s metier 1 people they might come after you —I
14 WOODLANDS TERRACE’ GLASGOW was movement. Hercostume designs f leelthis particularly about Margaret
L TEL 041-332 7013 J v Morris.’(Alice8ain).
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