February 23, 2012

First Lady Mary Pat Christie Highlights New Jersey Resident E.B. Lewis’s Artwork During Black History Month Exhibition

First Lady Mary Pat Christie today celebrated the artistic talents of Earl Bradley (E.B.) Lewis, an award-winning illustrator of more than 50 children’s books, during a Black History Month presentation of his works at Drumthwacket, the Governor’s official residence in Princeton. Lewis, a Mays Landing resident, has created a true treasure trove of watercolor pieces for books including Alice Schertle's Down the Road, Tolowa M. Mollel's My Rows and Piles of Coins, Garvin Curtis’ Bat Boy and His Violin, and Jacqueline Woodson's The Other Side. His artwork is currently being exhibited at Drumthwacket through March 15, 2012.

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