This thought provoking book showcases Linda Rzoska’s drawings of unique places she’s experienced in nature –some having a rich history and others she describes as peaceful secret places. Her contemplative images and writings explores the spiritual aspects of the landscape and our human connection to it. Many of the 18 drawings in this book were created during her sabbatical in winter of 2009 when she was working in County Clare, Ireland.
Linda Rzoska [ZOO-ska] is an artist and teacher. She was educated as a fine artist using the traditional media for painting and drawing, later, working as a graphic designer and illustrator, she became involved in digital media. She joined the faculty at Kalamazoo Valley Community College (KVCC) in 2000 as a founding member of KVCC's academic unit the Center for New Media where she teaches design and illustration classes. Before joining KVCC she worked in the corporate/private sector as a graphic designer and illustrator. The majority of Rzoska's current work is created with both traditional and digital media.