Jensen will explore Lewis’ life including his work as an artist in the Depression-era Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) camps in Delaware. He will touch on several key influencers in Lewis’ life, including his work with the Rehoboth Art League and his love and depiction of Delaware’s coast and people. This program will also include recollections on pre-recorded video provided by Jack Lewis’ daughter Heather Lewis, who resides in Maine and is an artist herself.
About the speaker: Alan Jensen has worked as a corporate trainer for Pfizer Pharmaceuticals and Citibank. He also worked as an educator for many years in Loudoun County, Virginia. He is currently the Museum Coordinator at the Lewes History Museum.
This event is free and open to the public. Please arrive 15 minutes early to avoid disrupting the speaker.