Grove City Council’s Art Concern presents “Life in Line, Shape & Color,” a collection of artwork by Lucila and Diana Linik on display and for purchase through Friday, Feb. 21 at City Hall, 4035 Broadway, in historic Grove City Town Center. The exhibit features a collection of mixed media, watercolors, oil paintings and collages.
The public is invited to gather, enjoy the art and meet the artists at a reception from 6 to 8 p.m., Friday, Jan. 17.
Lucila, an internationally known fine artist, was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and raised in New York City. For more than 30 years she led the Art Department at Northlands School in Buenos Aires. Her teaching methods emphasize a personal approach to art, encouraging students to explore many different techniques and use materials in unique and unusual ways. Her work has been exhibited in museums and galleries around the world.
Diana, also an international fine artist, was born and raised in Buenos Aires. She studied and exhibited in the U.S. and Seville, Spain showing her artwork privately and in galleries.
The exhibit is open to the public weekdays, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., or by appointment by calling Tami Kelly, clerk of Council, at 614-277-3065.
The Grove City Art Concern was founded in 1991 and is sponsored by Grove City Council. The Art Concern was created for the express purpose of promoting arts and culture in the Grove City community
Members of the Grove City Council are proud to sponsor The Art Concern which features artists throughout Grove City and central Ohio. The Art Concern was created for the expressed purpose of promoting culture in the Grove City community.
We invite you to visit each exhibit, in City Hall, 4035 Broadway, in the Grove City Town Center. City Hall is open, for the exhibit, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Visitors can schedule an appointment by contacting Tami Kelly at 614-277-3065.
Interested in exhibiting your artwork? Contact Curator Dean Kette or Tami Kelly, Clerk of Council for more information.
In Memorium: Special thanks to founder and curator of the Art Concern, Ray Kline, for his years of dedicated service to the Grove City cultural arts community.