Bit of Webster History for August
Who was Ward Mann?
Webster, NY - The Ward Mann exhibit is free at the Webster Museum, 2-4:30 p.m., on August 28 and Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays through September 25. Donations always welcome. Volunteers and visitors will follow all current CDC and NYS guidelines.
Ward was a talented, versatile, and well-known artist who lived, worked, and painted in Webster from 1961 to 2005 and had a studio in the artist colony at Rocky Neck, MA as well.
These two paintings are on display, along with 17 other original works, memorabilia, and hundreds of slide-show images of works not on display. Ward himself donated MINUTEMAN to the Webster Museum in 1977. Ward’s sons Craig and Kim donated ROCHESTER JUNCTION at the installation of the exhibit.
Don’t miss it this exhibit!