Yellowstone & Glacier National Parks Photography by Linda Fiordiliso

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Linda Fiordiliso became an avid self-taught photographer after moving to Montana in 2013. Her love of wildlife, mountains, and crisp fresh air led her to relocate to Montana from the busy suburbs of Long Island, New York where she was born and raised. Her photography started out as a way to share her exciting new life with friends and family back in New York, but quickly became a passionate hobby.

For over a year she called the quiet town of Livingston, Montana home. There she made life-long friends and spent most of her free time in Yellowstone National Park, which is still one of her favorite places to visit.

Linda now resides in Helena, Montana. After working her day job as an Internet Marker, she spends as much time as possible exploring and hiking surrounding areas in search of wildlife and new adventures.

Anywhere Montana

Monastic Life Exhibit

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Artist Xenia Johnson creates tableaus of Orthodox Catholic Church Nuns meant to represent a part of the practical side of life lived as a Monastic Nun of the Orthodox Catholic Church. Total Orthodox Catholic Church membership in the USA alone has been estimated between two and three million people. There are over 100 Monastic Communities in the USA consisting of Monasteries, Convents and Sketes, and over one third are female. The exhibit displays nuns cooking, cleaning, an iconographer and more. In addition there are over 40 books on the topic from her personal library.

Information About Exhibiting at the
Lewis & Clark Library

It is the policy of the Lewis & Clark Library Board of Trustees and the Lewis & Clark Library Foundation to provide access to the intellectual, cultural, and educational resources of the community. Exhibits fulfill an integral part in the Lewis & Clark Library's total program of public service. Exhibits may be planned to direct attention to the materials and services of the library itself, may provide exposure to the arts and sciences, or highlight crafts and hobbies.

Exhibits Policy
Submission Guidelines

To learn more, please contact Suzanne Schwichtenberg  at sschwich@lclibrary.org or 447-1690 ext 130.

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