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A Celebration of Art at the Mulford Library

The wonder of nature revealed in woodcut and letterpress prints.

Portraiture of classical beauty and realism.

A photographic series of a road trip in antique matte on canvas.

Paintings in oil, acrylic and watercolor; stoneware, wood carvings and ceramics; digital photography; and even an imaginative Styrofoam sculpture.

As you walk onto the fourth floor of the Mulford Library, these are just a few of the things you’ll see as part of the 2014 Health Science Campus Artist Showcase.


For nearly 10 years, this annual event has featured the artistic talents of students, faculty and staff from the Health Science Campus.

Need a moment of inspiration?  Or perhaps you just need a study break?  The show runs through March 17 and is open during library hours.  You don’t want to miss it.   This year’s show features the work of nearly 30 artists.

This Friday from 4-6 PM, Mulford is excited to host a reception featuring portrait artist and Department of Neurosciences laboratory technician Jennifer Diaz Warner Giovannucci.   Giovannucci will speak about her experiences in art including capturing anatomy and the human form in her portraits.  All are welcome to attend.  Light refreshments will be served.


Giovannucci’s portrait in oil of Professor Sonia M. Najjar

If you have any questions about the showcase, you can reach me at 419.383.5152 or

is Nursing Librarian at the Mulford Health Science Library. She serves as a liaison to both the College of Nursing and UTMC Nursing Services by providing library instruction, reference assistance, and literature searches. In addition, she creates web-based instructional materials, guides and tutorials, and is responsible for collection development of library materials in nursing. Jodi has a Bachelor of Arts in English from Lourdes College and a Master of Library and Information Science from Kent State.
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