Linda Jenetti

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Artist in Residence, Back Issues, Departments, Spring 2014

March 23, 2014

Her show La Campagnola – the country girl presents paintings and sketches inspired by the rolling hills of both Umbria and her long-time home in Mulmur Township.

Linda Jenetti ~ Fifth Line, looking east 24 x 30" oil on canvas

In 2012, artist Linda Jenetti travelled to Monte Castello di Vibio in Umbria to study at the International School of Art. She repeated the transformative experience last year as winner of the Reed T. Cooper Bursary, awarded to mid-career artists by Dufferin Arts Council. Her show La Campagnola – the country girl presents paintings and sketches inspired by the rolling hills of both Umbria and her long-time home in Mulmur Township. Active in the local arts, Linda has been a teacher and enjoys plein air painting. La Campagnola runs from April 23 to May 19 at The Bartlett Gallery in the Alton Mill. www.thebartlettgallery.com; [email protected]

Signe Ball is publisher/editor of In The Hills.

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