Lennon Art On Display for Benefit of Hungry Folks

lennon in bed Lennon Art On Display for Benefit of Hungry FolksHey, here’s a good way to spend $2. Starting tomorrow, and showing through the weekend, Open House Gallery on Mulberry Street will display a collection of John Lennon’s artworks in honor of the Beatle’s would-have-been 68th birthday. “Imagine Peace: A Look Into John Lennon’s Life Through His Artwork,” according to the press release, “features Lennon’s characteristic drawings in hand-signed pieces and limited edition prints, as well as serigraphs, lithographs, copper etchings and aqua tints; all are available for sale. Several never before seen pieces will be on display.”

And what about that $2, you ask? All proceeds go to benefit City Meals-on-Wheels, so you can give peace a chance and help people out in one fell swoop.

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