Tag: UConn

April updates

 Website changes I have been busy with this and that. You may have noticed a different look to this website. I messed up the old website tinkering around with the code in WordPress. At the Luthier’s open mic, a great local photographer, Julian Parker-Burns shot me performing. That was a good excuse to change the look of it a little. I liked… Read more →

Kathy’s reception

Kathy’s reception and life celebration. I loaded up the car with a few sculpture and furniture things on Friday night. Earlier that day I went to the library to double-check some things. I wanted to make sure the ConcertWindow streaming would work okay. And I wanted to make sure I knew how to use the video projector, DVD, and sound system… Read more →

Installing Kathy’s exhibit

I guess the biggest news is that I was able to install Kathy’s exhibit last Thursday and overall it looks good for a library show. But I know Kathy would be proud of it and probably embarrassed at the attention. Here are some photos of it. At the reception on September 17th, there will be a few sculptural items there… Read more →

Exhibition News: Wilbraham-Times article about Kathy’s art and the exhibit

The local weekly newspaper, the Wilbraham-Hampden Times just did a very nice article about Kathy, her art, and the exhibition. I thought I would share it: Hampden resident Peter Lehndorff is preparing to celebrate the artwork of his late wife Kathy at the Wil­braham Public Library during the month of September. Celebrating the art of Kathy Lehndorff Partial show proceeds… Read more →

The Huntington’s Waltz

CAREGIVING, MUSIC & LIFE: I started thinking about this song some time after Kathy passed away. At the caregivers support group at UConn, I mentioned how I wish I could “do something.” I was thinking I could be trained to run a support group or advise people. Now I realize that counseling should be done by counselors – with professional training.… Read more →