Art: UPTOWN: Jan. 17, 1964

JOHN ANDERSON—Stone, 48 East 86th. Formerly a logger, this Pratt Institute instructor of sculpture now whittles on his own. Newel posts, finials and bobbins sprout all over his abstract trees or tumble from his table-top cornucopias. These carpenterlike sculptures have a deceptively utilitarian look, like tools and toys for Paul Bunyan, but they are exquisitely appealing. Through Feb. 1.

NORA ORIOLI—D'Arcy, 1091 Madison Ave. at 82nd. Although she is known in her native Italy as a social realist, Nora Orioli seems more a pleasant genre painter, to judge from these picaresque and pastoral scenes...

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