Art exhibit inspired by nature

Messenger photos by Dedra Cordle
On Nov. 13, a virtual artist’s reception for Lucila Linik took place at Grove City Hall to celebrate her latest collection, “Tree Time with Ducks.” The collection, which features a variety of mediums such as watercolor, mixed media and oil paintings, was inspired by Linik’s fascination with nature. The native of Argentina and current resident of Orient said she began creating her 32-piece exhibit in March as a way to cope with the shutdown caused by a novel coronavirus. She dedicated several of her pieces to those who lost their lives to the virus. Here, Linik looks at her creation, ‘El Botanico Garden,’ during the event. The Art Concern, which was founded in 1991, is sponsored by Grove City Council. The curator is currently working on editing a video of the exhibit, which can be viewed online on their Facebook page or at their website
Linik said that her piece, ‘Danza Espiritual,’ was dedicated to all of those who lost their lives this year. “It is a joyous expression of the impact our loved ones have left on our lives.”
‘Stormy Weather.’
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