Art In New York: Art: Dec. 6, 1963

ART IN NEW YORK

UPTOWN

"SOMETHING WILD"—Stone, 48 East 86th. Three avant-gardians, each doing what he knows best. Apple Grower George Wardlaw sculpts and paints apples—green, delicious, crab, rotten and otherwise; ex-Mink Farmer Joseph Kurhajec makes fetishes of ferocity from blowtorched sheepskin, muskrat pelts, ram horns and chicken feathers; Rugmaker Dorothy Grebenak hand-weaves tapestries of U.S. Treasury bills, Con Edison manhole covers, even a nubby facsimile of a Gordon's gin label. Through Dec. 31.

HAROLD STEVENSON—Feigen-Herbert, 24 East 81st. Eyebrows will go up from Manhattan to Idabel, Okla. (the artist's home town) at...

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