All Together is an exhibit showcasing recent work by members from the Central Ohio Branch of the National League of American Pen Women at the beautiful Martin De Porres Gallery.
Martin De Porres Center
2330 Airport Drive
Columbus, OH. 43219
Exhibition Dates: September 1st – October 26, 2023
Opening Reception: Sunday, September 10, 2023, from noon to 4 p.m.
Please join us at the opening reception of All Together. It’s free and open to the public. View recent work by NLAPW Central Ohio Branch members in all three disciplines of art, letters (writers), and music.
Join Jennifer for a tour of the new WOSU Public Media Headquarters, including the Classical 101 live broadcast studio, located at 1800 N. Pearl Street, Columbus, OH 43201. From 2-3 pm.
Anita will share the people who influenced her, where she started, and where she is today. Anita is one of our newer Art members who creates a variety of mixed media works. She’ll share her art journey with us where she started as an educator. Recently she won 2nd place in the juried National Biennial Art Exhibition. Other organizations in which she is involved include: International Society of Experimental Artists, Collage Society, and the Akron Society of Artists. She is pleased to have a painting in the permanent collection of the Hoyt Museum in New Castle, PA.
Columbus Metropolitan Library – Main Branch – Main Auditorium
A Path to Becoming an Indie Author and My Muses
My self-publishing journey was a learning experience. Self-publishing has improved in the last twenty years, but it is not a new activity. Walt Whitman, Margret Atwood, Beatrix Potter, and Mark Twain are just a few self-published authors. But a decision to do so takes some research. All three of my recent works are self-published.
More young people know more about drugs than most adults. One in five teens have abused prescription drugs, and 21% of high school seniors use marijuana. In Sept 2021, counterfeit pills with fentanyl seized by the administration had increased by 430% since 2019. According to the CDC, fentanyl deaths have tripled over the last two years. The knowledge about teens and young adults inspired Downward Spiral. Its publishing has created conversation among adults and their children.
Sandra K-Horn has worked in politics, education, and broadcast media. Her first novel, The Rabbit Trap, was awarded an honorable mention by Edward Hoffer Award in 2007. More magazine published her article “Ziplining in Costa Rica” in 2008. In 2019, K-Horn updated The Rabbit Trap and renamed it Downward Spiral. After the Tears Dry, a contemporary women’s fiction was published in 2022. Her nonfiction Undercover; Becoming Street Smart in Central Ohio will be published in Fall 2022. She lives in Columbus, Ohio.