The Lombard Historical Society will present a unique exhibition, beginning June 4, of the works of noted folk art portrait painter Sheldon Peck. See more than a dozen original paintings by Peck from 1825-1848 displayed in the home Sheldon Peck built in 1839. This first-ever presentation includes paintings on loan from various collectors and museums from across the country and will be displayed together in the Peck Homestead. The exhibit will include several paintings never shown before in public.
Special open hours at the Peck Homestead during this exhibit:
Tuesdays: 1-4 pm with special art activities for children
Thursdays: 1-8 pm; special evening hours from 6 – 8 featuring Expert Docents
Saturdays: 10 am-4 pm
Suggested donation: $8/person or $5 for members and lending institution members.
Children, students, and active duty military free.
Closed July 4.