Story time with Dr. Seuss can be enjoyed at any age. For One Evening Only, you can “Experience the Good Doctor’s extraordinary sense of humor in “The Facts of Life”. Bill Dreyer, the Curator of the Dr. Seuss Collection will be sharing new stories of Dr. Seuss and his legacy at Clayton Lane Fine Arts in Cherry Creek, Friday, July 11th, 5 p.m. – 9 p.m.

"The Facts of Life" - Dr. Seuss. Photo Courtesy of Clayton Lane Arts - The Dr. Seuss Art Collection

“The Facts of Life” – Dr. Seuss. Photo Courtesy of Clayton Lane Arts – The Dr. Seuss Art Collection


I had the esteemed pleasure of interviewing Bill Dreyer and attending an exhibit last year at Clayton Lane Fine Arts showcasing some of the never before seen hat collection of Theodor Seuss Geisel, a.k.a. Dr. Seuss, along with the Secret Art of Dr. Seuss. I am excited and somewhat giddy about this year’s collection of art and new stories. This is a must attend event and Clayton Lane Fine Arts also requests an RSVP.

“Throughout his lifetime, Ted Geisel created paintings, the exclusive collection of limited edition artworks have been adapted and reproduced from Ted Geisel’s original drawings, paintings and sculptures,” states Dreyer. You can anticipate viewing A Special Collection of Sold Out Editions at this year’s special event.

Bill Dreyer, the Director/Curator for The Art of Dr. Seuss Collection became involved with curating the collection after attending a first ever exhibition in New York City in 1997 of The Secret Art of Dr. Seuss. “There before me was a glimpse at the astounding artistic legacy of Theodor Seuss Geisel, a virtually unknown side of one of America’s best known icons,” smiles Dreyer, “It was at that moment that the full breadth of Dr. Seuss’s creativity began to reveal itself.”

"After Dark in the Park" Dr. Seuss. Photo Courtesy of Clayton Lane Fine Arts

“After Dark in the Park” Dr. Seuss. Photo Courtesy of Clayton Lane Fine Arts


Every year Dreyer selects a handful of artworks out of The Art of Dr. Seuss that will be published. Dreyer will curate gallery and museum exhibitions devoted to the art and life of Theodor Seuss Geisel. Dreyer has expressed that “everyday I am rewarded as I get to share the Secret Art of Dr. Seuss with people that have never heard about the collection. Beyond that, it’s extremely rewarding to see how Dr. Seuss has positively impacted three generations of readers.”

Clayton Lane Fine Arts is located in Cherry Creek, 110 Clayton Lane, Denver, CO 80206. You can RSVP at 720.214.5263. Event is Friday, July 11th, 5 p.m. – 9 p.m.

I am delighted to share the news of this exclusive event. Please visit and for additional information.

The opportunity to experience the Artistic World Around Us is everyday. Enjoy your artistic experience and remember, when art speaks to you, listen and become a collector.


Please note: some quotes from Bill Dreyer were taken from my interview with him last year.

About The Author

Culture Writer

Wendy L. Pitton R. - Culture Writer for Denver's 303 Magazine since 2012. She is Owner of WENDO Productions, an "alternative gallery" curator and this Summer she will launch ArtBeat Magazine after spending a year as Editor for the project ARTCHASER Magazine. For over 15 years Wendy has freelanced and worked for many publications with her main writing focus on Arts & Culture and as a business owner sharing the visual artistic word for nearly 20 years. (Publications include: GoGo Magazine, Colorado Modern Art Magazine, Image Magazine, Women's Edition Magazine, North Denver Tribune & WENDO Productions Newsletter) Email Wendy L. Pitton R. directly at [email protected]

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