The Suzette Brumleve Memorial Effingham Public Library is pleased to showcase the art work of local artist, Dinah Nuelle.
Dinah’s mother was instrumental in her daughter’s mosaic creations. When Dinah’s mother was in her late 20s and she took up the hobby of stained glass. Eventually, she tired of doing stain glass and gave Dinah some of her stained-glass scraps thinking that Dinah would do something with them.
“I’ve always been an artist and creating something all my life. When she gave me this glass, this started my glass artistry.” Dinah explained.
Dinah is self-taught and most of her pieces are commissioned.
She believes that art is therapy and that art is good for the soul. As Dinah shares, “I believe that our God who created us in his image also created us to create! So, I love bringing out the creativity in people. Art heals, teaches, builds, and consoles us. And so much more!”
Dinah teaches mosaic classes. If you are interested in taking one of Dinah’s classes you can contact her here or find her on Facebook.
Dinah Nuelle’s artwork will be displayed in the Art Gallery until September 29, 2019
For more information about the Art Gallery please contact Assistant Director Johnna Schultz at email@example.com