If you're reminiscing the works of John Lennon, you may have a chance to a catch up this summer with the exhibit "The Art of John Lennon" honoring his art work.
The collection is set to premier at Ocean Galleries in Stone Harbor, New Jersey come Thursday, June 18 through Monday, June 22.
The 5-day-long exhibition will be open to the public weekdays from 10 a.m. through 10 p.m.
If you're feeling lucky, stop by the gallery on June 19 through June 21 for a special reception with collection curator Lynne Clifford, who will discuss the rich history behind Lennon's acclaimed art work.
The one-and-only Yoko Ono, the most famous widow of John Lennon, created the program to help raise money for local nonprofit groups in each city the exhibit visits.
Visitors can expect rare and limited-edition prints adapted from Lennon's original drawings in addition to thought provoking imagery all of which are hand-signed by Yoko Ono.
While the event is free and open to the public, guests are asked to make a donation starting from $5 to the Community FoodBank of New Jersey as part of Ono's mission.