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invites you and your friends for the


of the


Sunday, September 7, 2008 at 2 p.m.

in the Museum

10545 Main Street, Clarence, NY 14031



WELCOME, by Consul B. John Zavrel

ART AND OUR HERITAGE, by Joe F. Bodenstein

European Art Foundation, Berlin




The Grand Opening includes the exhibition of 60 paintings by 30 living artists. You will see works by:

Binyamin Shalumov, Ran Webber, Susan Ludwig Ferry, Meg Gentile, Donna Wojcik, Bradley Widman, Stella Shalumova, Stephen Myers, Jocelyn Willet, Paula Sciuk, Dario Mohr, Linda Bommer, Robert Allen, Rose Mary Girone, Michael Biono, Joanna Dicker-Bachman, William Tresp, Linda Restivo, Tana Christiansen, David Digby and Denise Armstrong;

From Canada: James Culligan, Eleanor Pauling, Judy Gray, Kent Wilkins, Noel Martin, Carol Ann Barrett, Edward Tabachnik;

and: Seamus Culligan (Boston) and Montserrat Barenys (Spain).


The Sculpture Garden of Alexander the Great

is inaugurated on the occasion of the Bicentennial of the Town of Clarence, New York in the year 2008. The project will be realized with the support of friends in the United States and Europe, and dedicated to Dr. Wilson Greatbatch and Mrs. Eleanor Greatbatch.


History and Vision

For the past 2,400 years, the ideals and achievements of Alexander the Great have inspired generations. Today, the Order of Alexander teh Great for Art and Science is an idealistic association of men and women who have been inspired by the positive ideals of Alexander: love of art and science, search of knowledge and wisdom, freedom of religion and the promotion of what unifies mankind. These men and women include artists, scientists, writers, statesmen and inventors.


Honorary Committee

Prof. Dr. Uta Ranke Heinemann, Horst Niesters, Marco Bodenstein (Germany), Alexandre de Villiers (England), Dominique Egret (France), Sigurd K. Kuepper (Italy), Ruth Zucker (Israel), Amy Gage, Ernst Stuhlinger, and Pat and Monty Roberts.


Your Support

for the international project Alexander Garden is welcome.

The goal is to extend the open air exhibition of the works of European sculptors with the sculptures of American artists. This should demonstrate our common historical heritage on both continents. For more information, please e-mail info@meaus.com

We would like to invite Clarence residents and bisinesses to become a part of this unique project by making a generous donation towarde the completion and enlargement of the Sculpture Garden. The names of the donors will be engraved and attached to the relief display walls in the Sculpture Garden.

The suggested donations are: $ 300 per individual, or $ 500 per couple. All donors will receive a tax receipt for their tax-deductible donations, as well as free admission to the exhibitions and open air sculpture garden.

If you need more information, please contact the Director, B. John Zavrel at 716.759.6078 or by e-mail at zavrel@meaus.com



Museum of European Art

10545 Main Street, Clarence, NY 14031

Open Mondays-Friday, 10 am to 5 pm




© PROMETHEUS 134/2008

PROMETHEUS, Internet Bulletin - News, Politics, Art and Science. Nr. 134, August 2008