Lenox: Jack Sadoway subject of retrospective art exhibit
The Lenox Library will host "The Art of Jack Sadoway," a 50-year retrospective exhibit of natural science illustrations by the late Lenox artist (1940 to 2014) from March 4 to 29, in the library’s Welles Gallery, 18 Main St.
The public is invited to view the exhibit and join Sadoway’s family in a celebration of his life from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 8, at the library.
The exhibit will also include a color illustration of the restored Lenox Library building facade, cupola and Reading Park.
Original art works, lithographs, giclee prints, and other prints in limited, numbered, and open editions will be available for sale during the exhibit.
Information: Sharon Hawkes at the Lenox Library, (413) 637-2630, ext. 115, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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