SEPTEMBER ART SHOW A HUGE SUCCESS
September Art Show A Huge Success
Over 100 guests attended the art exhibition of the works of Lila Zastrow and Dave Hendrickson. Keeping with the tradition of featuring local artists, the historical society was pleased to display the unique creations of the artists who reside south of Seymour on French Road. Demonstrating a wide range of skill, the couple presented 144 items in a number of mediums including wood, glass, and fabric.
Lila Zastrow graduated Magnum Cum Laude with a degree in music from Lawrence University in 1977. After graduation Lila worked with Ron Wall building tracker organs for a period of two years. She went on to apprentice in the field of piano technology with Mike Drost and eventually became a technician for Lawrence University Conservatory as well as having private customers in the Fox Valley. Throughout her life Lila has created art in various media and continues to explore new ideas. She has built two harpsichords and rebuilt more than 60 pianos.
David Hendrickson graduated from UW-Madison with a degree in art in 1972. He went into the field of band instrument repair. After meeting Lila, he joined her in the piano tech business.. David has also continued to make art and is building classical guitars and lutes.