ANN LANNERT RETROSPECTIVE
May 19 – May 27th, Public reception on Saturday, May 21, 5:30 – 7 pm
Often described as the Evansville-area’s “Queen of Assemblage Art”, Ann Lannert was a prolific artist who graced the community with her eclectic found-object, mixed-media oeuvre of work.
Hundreds of pieces of art were left in Ann’s place, and her family has worked diligently to make sure that they find homes. After bestowing many to local universities and institutions, over 90 remain.
The Arts Council will display and sell these pieces for one week only. This is the public’s chance to have a piece of this woman’s magic in their lives. Ann’s children have purposefully priced the work to sell; they want everyone to have the opportunity to add a Lannert to their collection.
Join us on Saturday, May 21, 5 – 7 pm, for a public reception.
(Ann’s art goes on sale to family at 4 pm)