Embroidered Designs by George Laufert

On Display Now thru January 5
Thursday thru Saturday
12pm – 4pm

George Laufert is a retired Federal and State employee who lived with his family in the same zip code his entire life (21224 – Baltimore City and County); that is, until a life altering move to Easton in 2007. He now has the time to participate in activities that were not as readily available to him before, e.g., boating, swimming, socializing, exercising, music, reading, volunteering and art. He is the proud father of two sons and proud grandfather of five grandchildren. On display are three pieces of George’s own design and embroidery. The first is a “Sampler,” so named because he wanted to incorporate lots of different stitches. Second is “Compass Rose” to which he looks to as a Mandela. And last is “Vortex,” he wanted to spin the viewer down into a vortex and not give a way out.