L E H A V R E
N E W S
D E C E M B E R “Art is not what you see, but what you make
others see.” ~ Edgar Degas
Catherine Goode honors her grandmother Photographer extraordinaire Helene Oelerich
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Belle Levian is a high school art teacher and
brought her students’ necklaces and bracelets, all created
with a terrific mix of colorful and unique beads.
Jenny Zeng, a local Whitestone resident, seems to
be able to knit just about anything, from scarves to
handbags to toys.
Last but not least, Sue Kendzierski exhibited her
disarming photos of an obscure church in upstate
New York. You may notice that Sue isn’t in the group
photo—turns out she missed it because she kindly ran
out to pick up some Szechuan dumplings for everyone.
Thanks again, Sue!
While the crowd was enjoying their hors d’oeuvres,
they were also treated to music by Mark Cabon and
Chuck Bentz, who returned once again to add to the
Judy wanted to extend her gratitude to those who
helped make the day possible. “Thanks to everyone
who attended. I hope you had a good time meeting
the artists and enjoyed having a glass of wine with
us,” she said.
But Judy knows this isn’t a one-person endeavor.
“Thanks also to all the Le Havre maintenance staff
for helping with the displays for the artists’ work and
setting up the tables. And also to Libby at the front
desk who was so helpful,” she said. “And thanks
to the hearty souls who picked up and returned the
panels we used in the art show—John, Clemont, Phil
and Helene. And Charlene and Sue,who purchased
“And if Covid allows it,” Judy said, “we look forward
to another great show next year!” I think we all
agree with that, so here’s to 2022!
Belle Levian brought her students’ work
Sue Kendzierski’s enchanting church photos Mark Cabon and Chuck Bentz entertained