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D&R Greenway Art Exhibition: “Spring Training: People, Places, Play”
April 26 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pmFree
Granddaughter of Babe Ruth D&R Greenway Art Reception
‘Spring Training: People, Places, Play’ Celebrates the Connection Between Sports and Land
Linda Ruth Tosetti, granddaughter of baseball legend Babe Ruth, will make a special appearance at the opening reception of D&R Greenway Land Trust’s newest exhibition, Spring Training: People, Places, Play. Internationally renowned sports artist and D&R Greenway Trustee James Fiorentino will unveil his newest portrait, “The Great Bambino,” evoking that legendary Yankee outfielder/pitcher and Hall of Famer. Original digital prints of this work, signed by both Tosetti and Fiorentino, will be for sale to support the mission of D&R Greenway. Both guests will share their perspectives on Ruth, 7-time World Series champion. Multi-media artwork of sailing, swimming, strolling, fishing, hiking, kayaking and beyond is exhibited by Hana Aviv, Lisa Budd, Kate Leigh Cutler, Mike Dziomba, Bernie Hubert, Sean Kane, Jack Quinn, Laura Renner and Ewa Zeller. Keep an eye out for two vintage gloves from the 1920’s, –one bearing the acrylic portrait of Babe Ruth; the other featuring Yogi Berra. This unique collection, honoring nature as site for play, will be on view April 22 through June 14. Call to be sure Galleries not rented at time of visit. The opening reception takes place Friday, April 26, 5:30-7:30 p.m., at D&R Greenway’s Johnson Education Center, 1 Preservation Place, Princeton. Free. Phone (609) 924-4646 or email@example.com to register. Gallery hours Monday-Friday,10 a.m.-5 p.m. www.drgreenway.org. All art is for sale, a percentage supporting D&R Greenway’s preservation and stewardship of New Jersey land. Our CEO, Linda Mead, sums up this exhibition’s relevance: “We need to remember that play is an important part of who we are as people on the land.”
Image: “Bob Feller” by James Fiorentino