Art Spots: Marc Chagall by LindaLoveland-Reid

Nov 15, 2022 1:00 pm

Online Zoom


1PM-2:30PM Online-Zoom

Born into near poverty in Russia, 1887, Marc Chagall fought his way into the modern art world of Paris.

But his unique style did not follow the Impressionist and Cubist aesthetic of the day, as he marked out his own niche in art history to become one of the greatest artists of the 20th century.

Behind this triumph lay strife, heartache, lost love and exile. His beautiful art endures as the embodiment of old Russia and Chagall’s life.

Learn more about this influential person in Linda Loveland-Reid’s 3-part History Lecture Series!

September 13 = Judy Chicago (SIGN UP HERE)

October 11 = Barnes Collection (SIGN UP HERE)

November 15 = Marc Chagall

Linda Loveland Reid has two novels available on Amazon; her short stories, essays and poetry have appeared in over 30 various publications. She teaches art history for SSU and Dominican Universities in the Osher Lifelong Learning program. Linda serves on SSU’s OLLI Advisory Board and Curriculum Committee and is chair of the Art Club with over 200 members. She is a Board Director for Sebastopol Center for the Arts. Other interests include directing theater for over 30 years, figurative and abstract painting, and directing community theater. Linda was chair of the Apple Blossom Festival Art show with over 150 artworks on display by artists County-wide. Her motto is “live ‘til you tilt.”