Orange City, IA (May 1-2, 2014)
Elinor Noteboom, a regionally noted artist, has released a portion of her collection to be sold with proceeds benefiting the Luke Society. The sale will be held on May 1-2 in the lower level of the Iowa State Bank, 105 Albany Ave SE, Orange City, Iowa. The hours will be Thursday, 10:30 AM – 7:00 PM and Friday, 10:30 AM-3:00PM.
Including some limited editions, her collection contains more than 25 original serigraphs, pencil sketches, oil and acrylic paintings. Jean Vogel, art sale coordinator, commented, “This is a rare opportunity to be able to purchase these wonderful pieces of art. Elinor has captured the Dutch Heritage in many of her original serigraphs. Another theme she expresses is the relationship of what she experienced on her trips to Japan with the rural beauty of northwest Iowa. This is an exciting collection and I am honored to help bring it to our community.”
About the Artist:
Noteboom’s prints and tapestries are part of public and private collections in the United States, the Netherlands, France and Japan. An authority in the art of screen printing, she has written articles published in the Journal of the Print World and Screenprinting magazine and was a speaker at the International Printmaking Conference held is Bristol, England in 1999.Elinor’s work on the history of serigraphy, also known as silk screen printing, is owned by the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
About the Luke Society:
The Luke Society is an interdenominational organization of Christian health and business professionals dedicated to medical missions. They support indigenous Christian health professionals who have a vision to reach their own people. Learn more about the Luke Society by visiting www.lukesociety.org