Lyndon House Artist Edition Series
The Lyndon House Arts Center is thrilled to announce the second Lyndon House Artists Edition Series print. Snakes and Pears by Eleanor Davis, is a limited edition of 100 signed works designed in Davis’s joyful detailed signature line and color.
Snakes and Pears is available for purchase. ($50 + tax and handling - $55.40) 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the print edition goes supporting the programs at the Lyndon House Arts Center and is made possible through the Lyndon House Arts Foundation. To purchase please come in to see us or online - PURCHASE
On view through June 2: Pictures and Words with Pictures, is a rare opportunity to view Eleanor Davis’s original works of painting and drawing, many of which became the book covers and illustrations we have come to love.
Davis is a cartoonist and illustrator whose works you can see often in the New Yorker, NY Times Book Review, Oxford American and other prominent publications including the Google Doodles. Her book publications include How to be Happy, Libby’s Dad, You & A Bike & A Road, and most recently Why Art?, published by Fantagraphics.
Eleanor Davis lives and works in Athens and is dedicated to the promotion of a better Athens and works diligently on social justice and equality rights with the local activist group, Athens For Everyone.
For more information please call 706 613 3623. Lyndon House Arts Center is located at 211 Hoyt Street, Athens GA 30601. Lyndon House Arts Center is a facility of the Athens-Clarke County Department of Leisure Services and is supported in part by the Georgia Council for the Arts (GCA) through the appropriation of the Georgia General Assembly. GCA is a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts.
Snakes and Pears, 2018 by Eleanor Davis
The Lyndon House Arts Center and Foundation is thrilled to announce the first Lyndon House Artists Edition Series print.
“Resistance” by David Hale, is a limited edition of 100 signed works designed in Hale’s exuberant signature line and color. Gorgeously illustrating the natural balance between beauty and severity, the print will be available for purchase for $50.00 on Saturday, June 3rd from 4- 6pm. Purchases based on availability will continue through out Hale’s exhibit, Beloved Land. 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the print edition goes supporting the programs at the Lyndon House Arts Center and is made possible through the Lyndon House Arts Foundation.
Beloved Land goes on view May 27 and runs through July 22. Every aspect of the Beloved Land series echoes David Hale’s love for Athens, Georgia. Hale draws his influence for these multi-media works from the Creek (or Muscogee) Indians, who called this land, between the forks of the Oconee Rivers, Ikunu- tchaka, the Beloved Land. Hale says “It was more than a special place to them, it was Sacred, and they gave their lives to protect it and the creatures that reside upon it.”
The preview event, on June 3, will be an all-day extravaganza, kicking-off with the Patterns in Nature Workshop from 1 – 3pm. Open to ages 12 and older(families are welcome), this drawing class, led by David Hale who will share how the knowledge of our local land and environmental concerns can shape our artistic vision. Registration is required.
At 3:00 pm, historian Steven Scurry will present a talk about Beloved Land.
At 4:00 pm, we will launch the limited edition and enjoy a gallery talk with David Hale.
For more information please call 706 613 3623 ext. 235