A Look Into John’s Life Through His Artwork – Celebrating John’s 70th Year”

To Benefit Ronald McDonald House of Long Branch and New Brunswick

Long Branch, NJ – Legacy Fine Art Productions, in conjunction with Ms.Yoko Ono, are pleased to showcase “IN MY LIFE,” The Artwork of John Lennon, in the exhibit’s first time in Long Branch, NJ, from July 30th through August 1st at Pier Village, Ocean Avenue, Long Branch, NJ, (between The Bee and Michelangelo’s Pizza). (7/30: 12pm-9pm   7/31: 11am – 7pm   8/1: 11am – 6pm).

The internationally acclaimed exhibit includes the largest collection of Lennon’s works on paper ever assembled.  The promoters suggest a minimum $2.00 donation at the door and would, of course, be pleased to accept more, should visitors be so inclined. All donations collected at the door will be donated to the Ronald McDonald House of Long Branch and New Brunswick.

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The exhibit touring the U.S. features an extensive collection of original drawings and hand signed pieces, as well as limited edition prints are available for viewing and are available for sale to the public. John’s message of peace, hope and love still resonates through his artwork and is even more powerful and provocative on the 25th Anniversary 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.

Over 100 pieces of art created by John Lennon, encompassing the years from1968 through 1980 will be on display including feature selected new releases  “Consult the Stars,” “Turn Left and Make Peace,”  and “Give Peace a Chance.”  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. Song lyrics and “the “Real Love” children’s drawings sketched for his son Sean during the last years of John’s life.

The Ronald McDonald House (RMH) provides a true “home away from home” for families of seriously ill children who receive care at medical facilities near our locations in Long Branch and New Brunswick, NJ. RMH also offers Family Rooms and a Hospitality Suite in the pediatric units of three hospitals in Monmouth County and one in Middlesex County. In this way, families can stay together in comfortable surroundings, helping them to remain strong throughout the course of their child’s treatment. Thanks to the ongoing help and support we receive, RMH can offer a welcoming, supportive environment for families during a time of uncertainty and stress.

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Allan Dean

Allan Dean is editor, publisher, and founder of the Atlantic Highlands Herald. Published since 1999 and selected in 2000 by the Borough of Atlantic Highlands as one of their official newspapers, making...