Aug 28 Sunday
A new exhibit focusing on Bethlehem’s General Superintendent and Chief Engineer John Fritz is now on display at the National Museum of Industrial History. The Works of a Mechanical Genius: The Legacy of John Fritz explores the life and legacy of an innovative ironmaster who has been touted as founder of the American Steel Industry, alongside names like Andrew Carnegie. This exhibit is included with regular museum admission. NMIH is open Wednesday through Sunday 10am to 5pm. Further details on our website.
The opening reception of this exhibit offers a look at a lifelong practice in the arts through a series of sketches, drawings and paintings by Earl C. Stocker. Through October 28.Free parking may be available in the lot on Pine St behind NNC, but guests must walk around the block to enter via the front door.
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The exhibit offers a look into a lifelong practice in the arts through a series of sketches, drawings and paintings by the late Earl C. Stocker.
William Christine's oils and watercolors reflect his backyard garden in a small bright spot." During this unsettling time of pandemic and divisiveness the process of hunkering down in my backyard and relating the beauty I see in this bit of landscape has been a sustaining tonic for me." Also works by Terry Stout and Tom Maxfield illustrate the riot of life. Flora, fauna, small and large, parts of interwoven, integrated systems that make the wild web of life - these are the concepts behind this show. Life's amazing tenacity, incredible diversity, and its ability to thrive in all types of environments inspire these imaginative art works.
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