Hotel to display artwork created by John Lennon

December 05, 1990|By Eric Siegel

An exhibit of more than 50 copper etchings, lithographs and silk screens by the late John Lennon go on display today through Sunday at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore at the Inner Harbor.

On Saturday, the 10th anniversary of Mr. Lennon's death, a short memorial service will be held at the hotel at 6 p.m.

"Imagine Exhibition of the Art of John Lennon" includes images done by Lennon between 1968, when he was with the Beatles, and 1979, the year before his death. The art ranges from music-oriented works such as "It's Only Rock 'n Roll" to impressions of domestic scenes like "Morning Coffee."

Each work is one of a limited edition of 300 and is available for sale at prices ranging from $100 to $7,000, according to Colm Rowan, director of the exhibit.

The exhibit has been shown in major cities including New York, London and Tokyo during the past two years and will continue to tour the U.S. after the first of the year, Mr. Rowan said.

The hours of the exhibit are 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. For more information, call 528-1234.

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