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Friday, January 18, 2008

A Life's Work

mood: nonchalant
listening to: nothing


Yesterday, Laura Spencer with KCUR our local NPR affiliate did a really interesting interview with Kathrin Goldman, the widow of Lester Goldman a Professor of Painting at the Kansas City Art Institute for almost 40 years. Goldman worked in painting, sculpture, preformance and set design until his death in 2005 and was a prolific artist.

Evidently, Goldman had massive amounts of work between his home and studio. With the help of some former students Kathrin was able to catalogue the work which will be on display and for sale
tomorrow.

Lester Goldman: A Life's Work
1619 Walnut Kansas City, Missouri 64110
816-651-3757
January 19th, 12-5 p.m.
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