Eugene Ray SDSU 1970's

Eugene Ray SDSU 1970's
Eugene Ray 1970's. photo credit: Tom Davis

Monday, October 22, 2012

ARCHITECT'S ORIGINAL GRAPHIC oeuvre saved in high risk zone !!! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ HOW DID YOU SAVE ALL THESE ? david fobes questions eugene ray answer : it wasn't very easy dave- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ HURRICANES-MOVES-TERMITES >i have somehow saved most of the original graphics despite all ! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ GIFT FOR THNOC NEW ORLEANS in honor of profs lawrence/heck

                        +FIVE PHOTOS+
        >four louisiana comissions reveal<
           >concerted effort for a special<

       #1)      +STERN FOUNDATION+
               >offices in the vieux carre<
                       +NEW ORLEANS+
          >rooftop office retreat for the<
                        +ART PATRONS+
             >distinguished stern family<

        #2)#3)     +PROFESSIONAL+
            >covington center for doctors<
               >offices examinations and<

        #3)     +AUBERT INSURANCE+
              >company offices covington<
       >my first completed project on the<
       >main street of covington louisiana<
                 +NEW LIFE FOR A VERY+
                    +WORN OLD TOWN+
          >dean john w. lawrence saw this<
          >while driving through covington<
             >and it led to my tulane post<

     #5)        +EXHIBITION PAVILION+
           >design for the st. tamany parish<
                     +ART ASSOCIATION+
              >sansouci forest, covington<
                      +LOUISIANA 1963+

                 +HAVEN FOR THE ARTS+
                      +IN COVINGTON+

          >thanks to miriam barranger and<
              >c. alvin bertell the arts were<
                  +VITAL TO OUR PEOPLE+
               >flash of light/evening sky<
                    +ONE BRIEF MOMENT+
                          +C A M E L O T+

                 gene ray, lajolla, california

               >eugene ray, mfa, architect<
                >professor emeritus, sdsu<

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