Art Exhibit: May We All Grow Up to Be Children

A Special Exhibit Celebrating Friendship and Childhood Wonder

On view daily, through September 2, 2019, at noon to 5 p.m. in Castle Gould’s Great Hall.

This magical exhibit features sumptuous illustrations by the noted British artist, George H. Lewis and quotes drawn from the forthcoming book, The Boy and the Boy King, co-created by George Lewis and A.D. Lubow.

The book and the exhibition touch upon the value of friendship, art, spirituality, nature and childhood imagination—themes near and dear to Sands Point Preserve Conservancy. It’s a show your entire family can enjoy together. The book is now available on https://apple.co/2EmPkWu.

“Arthur and Bun-Bun in The Boy and the Boy King, make a brilliant case for why we need to cultivate wonder in our lives, today more than ever.”   – Jane Curley, Curator of the acclaimed New-York Historical Society exhibitions, “Eloise at the Museum” and “Madeline in New York: The Art of Ludwig Bemelmans.”

About Artist George H. Lewis

George H. Lewis, previously the court painter to the Sultan of Oman, is an internationally acclaimed British artist. His diverse artistic practice includes paintings, portraits, photography, sculpture, writing, and music. His work has been collected by presidents, heads of State, CEOs, spiritual leaders, and other public figures worldwide. Lewis is a Gross National Happiness Ambassador of the Kingdom of Bhutan and is currently Artist in Residence at Steinway & Sons.

About Author A.D. Lubow

A.D. Lubow is co-author of the forthcoming book The Boy and the Boy King, based on the artwork of May We All Grow Up To Be Children by George Lewis.  Lubow is an ad agency president and creative director, a children’s book writer, a composer of choral music and a lyricist of popular songs. His company, AD Lubow, is a communications agency with clients in the arts, higher education and environmental and social causes, including Columbia University, American Ballet Theatre, The Nature Conservancy and Pope Francis’s historic visit to New York.

TEACHING AID for SCHOOL GROUPS and FAMILIES: 
Ten questions to spark discussion inspired by the works and themes in the exhibition!

A limited number of prints will be available for sale at the special kiosk within the exhibition. Other prints from the exhibition can be ordered. Inquire in the Welcome Center & Gift Shop.

 

Free with Admission to the Sands Point Preserve.