MAY WE ALL GROW UP TO BE CHILDREN
A Special Exhibit Celebrating Friendship and Childhood Wonder
Inaugural Exhibit in the Lavan Family Gallery
On View September 15-November 26
The exhibit May We All Grow Up To Be Children, now in its premiere showing at the Westchester Children’s Museum, features sumptuous illustrations and accompanying text drawn from the forthcoming book Arthur and Bun-Bun: Adventures with Tut, co-created by George H. Lewis and A.D Lubow.
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 Arthur and Bun Bun: Adventures with Tut, 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.
© 2018 George H. Lewis and A.D. Lubow
Lavan Family Gallery
May We All Grow Up To Be Children is the inaugural exhibit of the Lavan Family Gallery, a special space within the Westchester Children’s Museum for children to have the experience of viewing art, illustrations, sculpture, and multimedia. The Lavan Family Gallery is named in honor of the Lavan Family of Larchmont, NY, and artist Laura R. Lavan, who was among the founders of the Westchester Children’s Museum and the first President of the Board of Directors. Take a look at the photos from the opening reception of the exhibit in the newly renamed Gallery HERE.