Celebrating Black History Month- Come to John Muir at 363 Mill Street and view the work of
local artist LANA TALBOT.
“Lana Talbot was born in Windsor, Ontario, where she still resides. She is a
community historian and activist as well as a longtime member of Sandwich First Baptist Church. She
can often be found conducting tours of the historic Underground Railroad-era building for visitors from
all over North America and beyond. As a multitalented artist and Vice President of the Artists of Colour
(Windsor-Essex County) Lana Talbot creates works of art under the pseudonym Enyale. She is respected
for her singing, drawing, painting, and fashion design in addition to her gift for making one-of-a-kind
African Diaspora-inspired dolls.” from: https://collections.uwindsor.ca/omeka-s/nwoc/interview-bios.
PLEASE NOTE: The display will be accessible everyday of February during library hours.
CONTACT: JANET C. BROWN 519-255-6770 X 7700 firstname.lastname@example.org