The Artwork of John Lennon Coming to Downtown Boulder
This Friday through Sunday (September 26 – 28), fans of John Lennon have a unique opportunity to view pieces of his artwork through Yoko Ono presents Working Class Hero – A Look into John’s Life through his Artwork. The exhibit (located at 902 Pearl St. in Downtown Boulder) will feature over 100 pieces of art created by Lennon between 1968 through 1980. For the past 15 years, this ever-changing exhibit has been one of the highest attended art showings in America and has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for charities throughout the world. (The Boulder exhibit will raise money to help benefit the Emergency Family Assistance Association. The organization dedicated to helping those in the community with immediate needs for food, shelter and other basic necessities. A $2 donation is being suggested at the door.)
On display will be ‘Bag One’ lithographs signed by Lennon in the 70s, rare original drawings from the early 60s and limited edition prints reproduced from Lennon’s drawings (signed by Yoko Ono, including the ‘Real Love – The Drawings for Sean’ editions (children’s drawings sketched for his son (Sean Lennon) during the last few years of his life).
Location: 902 Pearl Street (Corner of 9th and Pearl streets in Downtown Boulder)
For more information, contact Legacy Fine Art Productions at 888-ART-1969. For more information on the Emergency Family Assistance Association call 303-442-3042 or visit: www.efaa.org.