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About the Artist: Gina Egenberger, "Songs for Niah"

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About the Artist
Gina Egenberger

Gina has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in education. She has previously participated in three public art projects. She completed two Tour de Lincoln bicycles, a giant kaleidoscope/telescope for the YWCA Star Project and two cows for Columbus Days.

She finds solace creating with glass, wool, and recycled objects. By day she is a Children's Environmental Educator at the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department.

Artwork Interpretation
"Songs for Niah"

Location: Indigo Books, 701 P St.

"Rainy Day" illustrations from familiar children's songs surround this rain barrel. Ants, an "itsy bitsy" spider, a rainbow, children and an "old man snoring" are colorfully depicted. Working to better the lives of children has long been a focus in Gina's life.

This child-centered theme is designed to engage children in the excitement of using rain barrels for water conservation.


Watershed Education: 2009 Artistic Rain Barrel Program