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Sarah Bain Gallery celebrates the legacy of artist Dr. Suess

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The Cat and the Hat popped into the Sarah Bain Gallery and 110 W. Birch in the Brea Downtown and interacted with children (Dominique Webb shown in picture.) The Dr. Theodor Seuss exhibit continues until April 29. (courtesy Susan Gaede)

Dr. Theodor Seuss Geises private artwork was not  discovered until after he passed way.  The famous children’s illustrator thought  he was known for his children’s books and illustrations, therefore, he never  thought he'd be taken seriously as a fine artist. The Lost, Forgotten, and  Hidden works of Theodor Seuss Geisel are now being displayed at the Sarah Bain Gallery in the Brea Downtown at 110 W. Birch Street.  One can purchase the  replicas of lithographs, books, and whimsical sculptures.

In celebration of Dr. Seuss’s birthday and  Read Across  America, the  new exhibition explores a comprehensive survey of Dr’ Ted Geisel’s seventy-five artistic legacy.  Do pop in and bring your kids. The  Cat and the Hat pops in and out. By the way Dr. Seuss had no children he said  “You have em, I’ll entertain them”. Call the gallery (714)990-0500 the hours the  gallery is open and you can also book a school tour by calling this  number.

Story by Susan Gaede

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