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John Lennon Art Show at Hotel Indigo Newton Mass June 27th-29th

Posted by jhochstat on June 23, 2008

The Boston Traveler reported yesterday about the John Lennon art show taking place this coming weekend at The Hotel Indigo in Newton Mass. this coming weekend.

Here is what Imagine Peace has on their site regarding the show:

JOHN LENNON: POWER TO THE PEOPLE
The Artwork of John Lennon in Newton, MA

Legacy Fine Art Productions, in conjunction with Yoko Ono, are pleased to showcase the Artwork of John Lennon in the exhibit’s anticipated return to the Boston area.

‘Power to the People’ is an opportunity for fans from all generations to see the truly artistic side of Lennon. This exhibit will feature hand signed pieces, as well as limited edition prints.

John’s message of peace, hope and love still resonates through his artwork and is even more powerful and provocative on the 28th year of his untimely death.

This ever-changing exhibit has been one of the highest attended art showings in America for the past fifteen years and has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for charities throughout the world. This particular event will benefit The Boston Boys and Girls Club which provides enrichment programs to children at risk in the area.

This internationally acclaimed exhibit includes the largest collection of Lennon’s works on paper ever assembled:

~ Over 100 pieces of art created by John Lennon, encompassing the years 1968 through 1980 featuring selected NEW RELEASES… “Come Together” – “Land of Milk and Honey” – “United We Stand”

~ Rare works from the controversial “Bag-One” suite signed by John in 1970

~ Serigraphs, lithographs, copper etchings and aqua tints of John Lennon’s drawings, signed by Yoko Ono including Song Lyrics and the “Real Love” children’s drawings sketched for his son Sean during the last few years of his life

For a look at john’s art, click here

Exhibition details:
Hotel Indigo
399 Grove Street
Newton MA USA
June 27-29, 11am – 6pm

Tel: 888-ART-1969

Facebook event here.

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