Wehrle Gallery Features New Exhibit by International Artist Linda Adele Goodine

Wehrle Hall Summer

2011-10-28

 Ohio Dominican University’s Wehrle Art Gallery will feature the exhibition, “A Retrospective by Linda Adele Goodine” from November 4, 2011 – January 5, 2012. This exhibit offers a 30 year retrospective (1982-2012) with 50 large photographic murals from the artist’s work created in the Panhandle of Florida, the Gulf of Mexico, New Zealand, and the Everglades.

The exhibition’s opening reception is Saturday, November 5, 2011 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the Wehrle Gallery in Wehrle Hall on ODU’s main campus, 1216 Sunbury Road, Columbus, Ohio 43219. The Gallery is open from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Admission is free.

This exhibit features a special collaboration between ODU’s Photography and Design department and English department to create a catalog articulating the literary references expanding and influencing the career of the artist. The Wehrle Gallery was also remodeled to accommodate this new exhibit. “The University is honored to feature this exciting exhibit showcasing 30 years of Goodine’s artistic history,” said ODU Assistant Professor Herb Peterson.

Artist Biography  

Goodine is currently a Professor of Art at the Herron School of Art, Indiana University, Indianapolis. She is also an Artist-Teacher at the Vermont College of Art. She has received four teaching awards, two from the Harry Davis Excellence in Teaching, one from Indiana University Trustees, and one from the Indiana University Athletics Department. Her career has included photographic, video, performance, and installation work.

Her record of artistic accomplishments includes over 150 national and 30 international exhibitions venues, 25 lectures, and major grants include the Efroymson Fellowship, the Indianapolis Art Commission Creative Renewal Grant, two Indianapolis Art Commission Individual Artist Program Grants, the Aaron Siskind Foundation Fellowship, The Southern Federation for the Arts Fellowship, and the NEA Interarts Program/Rockefeller Foundation New Forms Florida Grant collaboration with Chuck Badland. The Florida State Art Council also awarded her an Individual Artist Grant, and she was twice nominated for a Tiffany Award. She has held residencies in England, New Zealand, Greece, France, Germany, Mexico, Macedonia, and Montenegro.