Lectures

Throughout the year, Lyme Art Association offers a variety of lectures presented by an excellent caliber of artists and art historians. Lectures are Thursday evenings at 7 pm. Suggested donation of $5 for visitors.  

See below for schedule and topics.

July 14Art of the Sea presented by Marek Sarba

 

Marek Sarba, And the Band Played On, Oil

Presenter: Marek Sarba

Join us on Thursday July 14th from 7 – 8 PM for the lecture, Art of the Sea, by maritime painter, Marek Sarba. As we reach the 110th anniversary of the sinking of Titanic, Sarba will discuss his memorial painting, And the Band Played On.

About the Artist:
Born in Poland, Marek Sarba served in the Polish Navy where, in addition to his regular duties, he was the official artist of the Navy newsletter. Sarba then worked as chief electrician in the Gdansk Shipyard before heading to sea on a variety of tankers, ice breakers, bulk carriers and huge oceangoing salvage tugs — towing disabled ships back to the scrap yards in Poland. Now in the states, Sarba uses painting to reflect and memorialize personal and historical events.

Previous Lectures

Visit our Past Lectures at the LAA to see a listing of previous lecture topics and speakers.  The lectures cover a range of topics including the Artist Process, American Art, Russian Art, Nocturns, the Plein Air art method and more.  

Included is a selection of videotaped lectures presented by our member artists.  Our presenters in the videotaped series include Polly Seip, Jim Laurino, Rick Daskam and Zufar Bikbov.