An open house with Dr. Death? Yep.
Jack Kevorkian, best known for serving eight years in prison for his controversial death-with-dignity practices, unveils his macabre collection of paintings this Sunday, Oct. 5 from 3-5 p.m. at the Armenian Library and Museum of America, 65 Main Street in Watertown.
The infamous former pathologist is also a musician, composer and artist whose paintings ... no surprise here ... explore some of the darker aspects of the human psyche.
“THE DOCTOR IS OUT: The Art of Dr. Jack Kevorkian" will be on display through Dec. 5.
Click here for more information or call 617-926-2562.
Photo: “1915 Genocide 1945″ by Jack Kevorkian