About the Book
Features & Details
- Primary Category: Arts & Photography Books
Project Option: Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
# of Pages: 120
- Publish Date: Jul 16, 2009
- Keywords Lake Eureka, Davidson Woods, nature photography, local history, Midwest regional, organic farming, Eureka College, Ronald Reagan, Eureka Sesquicentennial, Olio Cemetery, gardening, Eureka, Illinois, prairie, woods, sunsets, memoir
Peg Toliver has had a checkered career, holding jobs as a bakery clerk, bus girl, secretary, college professor, art gallery store manager, art collection curator, layout editor, tourism coordinator, graphic designer, counselor, art therapist, yoga instructor and tightrope walker (just kidding on the last one!). Despite the diversity of roles, she steadily pursued her interest in personal growth through the disciplines of yoga, journaling and visual art. Her art and design business, Natural Imprints, aims at connecting people, art and nature. She currently teaches yoga at Healthy Arts Physical Therapy and Eureka Community Hospital and exhibits her artwork at area galleries and fine art fairs. She lives with her husband and daughter across from Lake Eureka, a frequent subject of her nature photographs.