William Baker shows a three-dimensional piece that is too big to be moved to Anchors for his art show. Photo by Lynn Christoffers
Katama artist honored
"He's an amazing artist. I think people should come and honor him," said Laurie Schreiber about William Baker. Ms. Schreiber, director of the Edgartown Council on Aging, said the center will host a luncheon and opening reception in Mr. Baker's honor on Friday, Nov. 16. His work will remain on display at the center through December.
A special lunch is being planned for Friday. The menu will be chicken piccata, rice and green beans, with a special dessert. Lunch will be served from 12 noon to 1 pm and no reservations are needed.
Edgartown Council on Aging, Anchors, 10 Daggett Street, near the town wharf. For more information, call 508-627-4368.