Dr. Lou Chodosh, Pencil Artist. Photo by Victoria Dammer
Art Appreciation
Victoria L. Dammer

Lou Chodosh Discovered Pencil Art in His 90s

Dr. Lou Chodosh Discovered Pencil Art in His 90s and is an inspiration reminding us we can do anything we want to at any agen and while Chodosh attributes his long life to good genes and stellar health, one cannot deny that discovering pencil art enhanced the richness of his life.

Program for Edwin Booth and Helena Modjeska touring in Macbeth in English's Ohio and Indianapolis. Public domain
Art Appreciation
Victoria L. Dammer

The Players 2nd Annual Artists Exhibition

In keeping with the founder’s wish, 25 pieces of artwork were displayed, allowing members and guests to mingle as they enjoyed the compositions showcased in the library. Among the renowned artists in attendance was Peggy Kinstler, spouse of famed portrait artist Everett Raymond Kinstler, showing her 24” x 12” photograph entitled “Everett and Friends Viewing Sargent’s ‘The Children of Edward Darley Boit.”

Philip Guston, Painting, Smoking, Eating (1973) Collection of the Stedlijk Museum, Amsterdam. The Estate of Philip Guston, courtesy Hauser & Wirth
Museum Reviews
Elizabeth Ann Foster

Philip Guston Now

The museum hosts splendid indoor and outdoor spaces with a fabulous restaurant. Its exhibits are wonderfully curated, rich, and diverse. You’ll want to visit when you’re in Boston.

Lou Chodosh Discovered Pencil Art in His 90s


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