"All I've Got To Do" lithograph by Doyle Jeter
- Jan. 23, 2014 - MONROE, La. -- Enoch ‘Doyle’ Jeter
has announced that he will unveil his latest collection of artwork at the Penn State Altoona Beatles Conference to be held February 6-9, 2014. Doyle, aninstructor in Fine Arts Printmakingat the University Of Louisiana at Monroe, LA, and has produced a series of 14 original lithographs expressly for Jude Southerland Kessler’s 3rd
book, She Loves You,
on the life of John Lennon. Each print represents a song from the Beatles first album, ‘Please Please Me’
. This is the first time these works will be shown in public.
Along with his art exhibition, Mr. Jeter has been elected to jury the Student Beatles Art Exhibition and will be doing a Q&A for the students and a walk-through of his exhibition throughout the weekend.
Jeter’s award-winning lithographs grace numerous private collections in the United States, Canada, Ireland, Germany, Holland, Venezuela, and Puerto Rico with several of Jeter’s works in permanent museum collections, such as the Santa Fe Museum of Fine Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico and the Anderson Museum of Fine Arts in Roswell, New Mexico. He recently led a one-day Lithography Seminar in Cork City, Ireland
Doyle Jeter is the owner of Enoch’s Irish Pub
in Monroe, Louisiana. Enoch’
s Pub is home to the longest-running John Lennon Birthday Celebration in America. The celebration – which has been ongoing since 1980 – is held each year on 9 October and has twice received the blessing of Lennon’s widow, Yoko OnoDoyle Jeter
will be a guest on The John Lennon Hour
internet radio on Sunday, January 26, 2014 at 8 pm (et). www.BeatlesARama.com
For more information on Doyle Jeter and the Penn State Altoona Beatles Conference, go to: http://www.altoona.psu.edu/beatles