French native and Baltimore based artist and Art Therapy expert Noelle Imparato will present her soon to be published book “Through Darkness into Light: My Life in 40 Portraits” at The Montgomery Park, located at Washington and Monroe. The event will take place from 4 until 6pm and the address is 1800 Washington Boulevard, Batimore, Md. The talk is free and open to the public.

If you are seeking to foster the [r]evolution in consciousness that paves the way to both personal and cultural renewal, you don’t want to miss this talk. Noelle gave a highly anticipated and well attended talk last spring at the BMA, if you missed that happening, this is a new opportunity to see it.

Here are a few selected responses from people who attended her events last spring:
LOS ANGELES: “Powerful images. I found it very powerful. Emotionally powerful.”Andrew Beath, author of “The New Creation Story,” founder of EarthWays Foundation

SANTA FE: ”Noelle’s work takes us through the depths of the healing journey. While the details of the material are specific to Noelle’s life, the themes are common to the feminine experience and constitute nothing short of a heroine’s journey. The art itself is a multi-layered visual representation of the individual embedded in a family, embedded in a culture, embedded in history and in the collective experience. It’s a beautiful and courageous expression that will no doubt lend support to those who may well find themselves in the middle of such a journey.”—Jill C. Griffin, PhD, Pacifica Graduate Institute Alumni Association / New Mexico Regional Coordinator

BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART: “One of the most powerful things about your paintings and their narrative is the incredibly subjective expression of war, history, and mythic themes. It’s very courageous and inspiring.”—Leslie Berns, Artist, Professor in the Art department at University of Maryland, College Park, MD

PARIS: “I liked the circulation between the paintings and what you said. There is a real articulation between painting and text. It works well. It builds well. It feeds well on each other. It’s courageous. A direct expression that I loved, both personal and powerful.”—Vincent Martorana, Film Director/Producer

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