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TES3 Session 102 November 1, 1964 8/61 (13%) Gallery Bill Macdonnel doubter Cameron
– The Early Sessions: Book 3 of The Seth Material
– Session 102 November 1, 1964 11:05 PM Sunday Unscheduled

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Mark, you need discipline, but it is discipline that you will acquire in living. And here let me say that Ruburt’s strong feelings are correct. Ruburt knows what he knows. You should move into your gallery as soon as possible. You will be asked to give shows of your paintings by two people whom you should refuse; you will be asked to give shows by other people, whose invitations you should accept. It will be up to you to use your inner knowledge, your intuitions, in determining which persons to refuse and which to accept.

(It will be remembered that Mark is Bill Macdonnel's entity name. Bill is now in the process of transforming a downtown store into a combination art gallery and living quarters.

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(After the session Bill finished for Jane and me the “press-release” kind of account about his gallery that he’d worked on while we talked before the session. This can be used for radio and newspaper publicity. He signs his paintings by his middle name, Cameron. Bill wrote:

(Elmira artist opens gallery to promote abstract and expressionistic art in the Elmira-Corning-Binghamton, New York area.

(Cameron Macdonnel will hold a grand opening of the Cameron Studio Gallery at 344 East Water Street on Sunday, November 8.

(The purpose of the gallery is to provide an outlet for painters, sculptors, and ceramacists to bring their work before the community. These artists will be welcome to arrange for one-and-two-man showings. Group shows will also be featured in the future. Interested area artists can contact Mr. Macdonnel between 1:00 and 3:00PM on Saturdays and Sundays at the gallery.

(The Grand Opening exhibition will consist of a two-man show of sculpture by Harold Spaulding and Walter Buhr, two well-known Binghamton-area artists. Along with this Mr. Macdonnel will have on display some of his oils, watercolors, and graphics. Walter Buhr has had his work shown in numerous galleries in New York State as well as in Pennsylvania. He is starting a sculpture class as well as working at his own sculpturing. The media he works in range from terra cotta to bronze to wood. Harold Spaulding has exhibited at the Roberson Gallery in Binghamton, and has participated in a two-man show at Two Rivers Gallery in that city. He has had a one-man show at I.B.M. in Owego, New York. His art has also been exhibited at Arnot Art Gallery in Elmira in group shows, and in Scranton, Pennsylvania.

(Cameron Macdonnel is a graduate of the State University College of Education at Buffalo, New York, where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree. He has had his work exhibited in many galleries in Buffalo, including A.M.A.’s Gallery, J.N.’s Gallery, Encores Gallery, and Carl Briedmier’s Gallery. His work received favorable reviews in both the Buffalo Evening News by Trevor Thomas [well-known English art critic], and in the Buffalo Sun Bulletin by Larry Griffis.

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