Linda L. Osmundson CactusCourtPress@gmail.com
Both paperbacks and hardbacks are now available on Amazon. To order autographed copies of Linda's How the West Was Drawn books for $16.95 plus shipping and tax and/or Papa's Changes hardbacks for $19.95 plus shipping and tax, email me and include your name and address.
Linda’s preparation shows in her well-organized PowerPoint presentations. She speaks for grades from Kindergarten to College. Her ability to interact with the audience, answer questions and professionalism have garnered invitations from Museums Writers’ Conferences Retirement Homes Youth Organizations K-12 Schools & Colleges Teachers' Conferences Book Clubs Homeschool Groups Rotary Clubs Libraries Senior Centers And more Topics for children GALLERY GAMES Through a PowerPoint presentation, Osmundson illustrates games to play while looking at art. Children find hidden objects, name everything they see, tell stories, write poetry and more. HOW THE WEST WAS DRAWN Cowboy Charlie’s Art interactively delves into the life and art of the famous self-taught artist, Charles Russell. He lived what he painted. He sculpted animals, people, events and more. When researchers want to know what the old west really looked like, they study the art of Charles Russell. Frederic Remington’s Art interactively examines his art for illustrations and his amazing sculptures. Although researchers sometimes reference Remington’s illustrations, this New Yorker didn’t live the western life. Instead he traveled to the West on assignment, for magazine illustrations, from Canada to Mexico and even into Cuba. Women’s Art documents the expertise, awards and recognition of many unknown women who painted the West. Few realize women other than Georgia O’Keeffe even contributed to western art. Seeing the West through Artists’ Eyes looks at art through the eyes of known and unknown western artists including Charles Russell, Frederic Remington and many women. Topics for adults WRITING From Life to Children’s Book is a one to two-hour class delving into writing from life for children’s books. Slice of Life Memoirs, a six-week class teaching the art of writing from life to create an interesting memoir whether for family or publication. It can also be shortened to a one- or two-hour class. Nobody Ever Told Me: Lessons from a Dementia Caregiver a 90-minute class sharing the experiences and lessons Linda learned while caring for her husband during his dementia journey. Her goal is to help other caregivers who are unprepared for caregiving, as she was. Western Art covers the same information as for the children. PowerPoint on Charles Russell or Frederic Remington as well as other western artists. See the West through Women’s Eyes is a PowerPoint presentation discussing the history of women in art and some of the unknown women western artists.
Linda L. Osmundson CactusCourtPress@gmail.com
Both paperbacks and hardbacks are now available on Amazon. To order autographed copies of Linda's How the West Was Drawn books for $16.95 plus shipping and tax and/or Papa's Changes hardbacks for $19.95 plus shipping and tax, email me and include your name and address.
Linda Osmundson Freelance Writer/Author
Linda’s preparation shows in her well- organized PowerPoint presentations. She speaks for grades from Kindergarten to College. Her ability to interact with the audience, answer questions and professionalism have garnered invitations from Museums Writers’ Conferences Retirement Homes Youth Organizations K-12 Schools & Colleges Teachers' Conferences Book Clubs Homeschool Groups Rotary Clubs Libraries Senior Centers And more Topics for children GALLERY GAMES Through a PowerPoint presentation, Osmundson illustrates games to play while looking at art. Children find hidden objects, name everything they see, tell stories, write poetry and more. HOW THE WEST WAS DRAWN Cowboy Charlie’s Art interactively delves into the life and art of the famous self- taught artist, Charles Russell. He lived what he painted. He sculpted animals, people, events and more. When researchers want to know what the old west really looked like, they study the art of Charles Russell. Frederic Remington’s Art interactively examines his art for illustrations and his amazing sculptures. Although researchers sometimes reference Remington’s illustrations, this New Yorker didn’t live the western life. Instead he traveled to the West on assignment, for magazine illustrations, from Canada to Mexico and even into Cuba. Women’s Art documents the expertise, awards and recognition of many unknown women who painted the West. Few realize women other than Georgia O’Keeffe even contributed to western art. Seeing the West through Artists’ Eyes looks at art through the eyes of known and unknown western artists including Charles Russell, Frederic Remington and many women. Topics for adults WRITING From Life to Children’s Book is a one to two-hour class delving into writing from life for children’s books. Slice of Life Memoirs, a six-week class teaching the art of writing from life to create an interesting memoir whether for family or publication. It can also be shortened to a one- or two-hour class. Nobody Ever Told Me: Lessons from a Dementia Caregiver a 90-minute class sharing the experiences and lessons Linda learned while caring for her husband during his dementia journey. Her goal is to help other caregivers who are unprepared for caregiving, as she was. Western Art covers the same information as for the children. PowerPoint on Charles Russell or Frederic Remington as well as other western artists. See the West through Women’s Eyes is a PowerPoint presentation discussing the history of women in art and some of the unknown women western artists.
Linda Osmundson Freelance Writer/Author