Linda Regula “Return to Noah’s Mountain”

Linda Regula “Return to Noah’s Mountain”
Artist’s Reception
Thursday, November 16, 4:30-7:30pm

OU-Zanesville Campus Library (http://www.zanesville.ohiou.edu/zcl/)
Zanesville, Ohio

Regula’s inspiration comes from memories of childhood, growing up among the Appalachian Mountains. Her multi-media paintings speak with a powerful visual voice as she deals with the challenges of childhood turmoil. “Their power to hurt me was lost in the pure joy of telling the truth and creating art,” explains Regula. Sample images here: http://www.zanesville.ohiou.edu/pr/Linda%20Regula%20Art%20Exhibit%2011-06.htm

Regula has been creating and promoting art for the past 29 years and is currently working on a novel about a fictional mountain child loosely based on her own childhood.

The “Return to Noah’s Mountain” exhibit is hosted by the Ohio University-Zanesville Art Department and the Zanesville Campus Library, and is free and open to the public during library hours. The show will run November 15 through December 14. Contact: Art Professor Gerald Westgerdes at 740.588.1493.

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One Response

  1. Dear Regula,
    I have seen just few photos of your works and my native Lithuania is very far away from your Noah’s Mountain, plus I am writing with a vocabulary in hand BUT all that mean nothing- I am pierced with a sense of something more than words can express. Your thought “the power of the turmoil to hurt us becomes lost in the pure joy of telling the truth and creating art” is so well known to me. Thank you.
    I would greatly appreciate your visit to my blog. Just click the http://captains-bridge.blogspot.com/
    I hope you will have a good time with my artworks and we will become the real pen friends.

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