Grove City Council’s Art Concern presents “RETROSPECTIVE,” an art exhibit by Lucila Linik on display and for purchase through Friday, Dec. 17 at City Hall, 4035 Broadway, in historic Grove City Town Center. The exhibit features a collection of mixed media, watercolors and oil paintings.
Linik is a professional artist, trained since age 13, at the High School of Music and Art in New York City. Pursuing art throughout her university studies, Linik earned a master of Arts in Education and a doctorate in Educational Psychology from the University of Buenos Aires (Argentina).
Teaching children and young adults a personal approach to fine arts offered a pleasant challenge for four decades. Linik has received awards for artistic and educational achievements.
All are invited to view the art and meet the artist at a reception 6 to 8 p.m., Friday, Oct. 22. Visitors of City Hall are required to wear facial coverings and check temperatures before entering. Anyone with symptoms of an illness may not enter a City facility.
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.