HUNTINDON, PENNSYLVANIA.- The Juniata College Museum of Art presents "Happy Warholidays," on view through February 1, 2003. This collection of Andy Warhol’s drawings, prints, and objects from the 1950s celebrates the winter holiday spirit. Included are Christmas cards Warhol made for Tiffany’s, graphics for clients, and personal drawings with subjects ranging from elves and poinsettia to religious images incorporating the Madonna and Child. As a commercial illustrator in the 1950s, Warhol was often required to make holiday themed graphic work for editorial and advertising assignments. These commissioned works in addition to Christmas cards Warhol designed to promote his own illustration business are featured in this exhibition. In his drawings, Warhol used stamping to create repetitive images, applied decoration and metallic surfaces, and used bold, bright colors. These same techniques reveal links between Warhol’s beginnings as a graphic artist and the Pop Art icon that came to dominate his legacy. This exhibition is on loan from The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and guest curated by Wendy Bennett, Paper Conservator for The Andy Warhol Museum. Ms. Bennett will also present a public lecture at Juniata College on the conservation required for these works on paper.