Spend an afternoon at the library as we watch
Friday, November 19th at 2 PM
One day in the early 1990s, retired truck driver, Teri Horton, bought a huge painting at a thrift shop for $5 for a friend as a lark and was stuck with the painting when the friend didn’t have room for it. Little did Ms. Horton know that she was about to embark on a quite an adventure- the painting looked remarkably like the work of famed artist,Jackson Pollock, and could be worth millions. The entertaining documentary “Who the #$&% is Jackson Pollock?” follows Horton’s quest to get the art world to accept her painting as the “real deal”.
A discussion will follow the showing of the film,
with Sonia Grgas, Readers’ Services Librarian. The program is free.
The film will also be shown at 7 PM, No discussion follows this viewing.
– posted by Sonia, Readers’ Services