On Friday, April 5, just a few days before his death, sculptor David Hayes attended an opening reception at the Lutz Children's Museum in Manchester, where many of his screen sculptures will be hung for the next year. The museum is named after Hazel Lutz, who taught Hayes art as a child at Hollister Street School in Manchester. "That was an especially nice opening at the Lutz," David Hayes Jr. said. "It was an opportunity for family and friends to see him and to talk to him. It was an absolutely splendid day. The sculptures were whirling in the trees in the breeze. It was a delightful, low-key, pleasant event."
Rick Hartford, email@example.com
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