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Lost City Museum Presents the Spirit Within Exhibition of Work by Janet Trobough

The Lost City Museum presents the Spirit Within, an exhibition by artist Janet Trobough throughout the month of April. Trobough will show her work from April 1 through April 30, 2011.

Displaying a variety of media, this show will feature artwork depicting expressionistic western scenes and Native American themes in rustic earth tones. Water colors figure heavily in the show, as well as beautifully decorated gourds. Janet is a master at burning and etching gourds, using turquoise, silver and malachite embellishments. Her decorative gourds have been shown throughout the Southwest. The stylistic depictions of Native American women in her art harkens back to Janet’s Cherokee heritage.

Janet Trobough

Trobough was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. She spent many years in the beauty industry in Portland, Oregon before moving to Seattle. The highlight of her career was being made Artistic Director in charge of education for a chain of salons in Oregon. She later joined a European design team based in Seattle. In 1998, Trobough fulfilled her dream and became an artist full time. She moved to Overton and studied under renowned artist Max Bunnell where she fell in love with watercolor media which remains one of the main focuses of her art to this day.

The Lost City Museum is open Thursday through Sunday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Regular admission charge is $5.00 for adults, Children under 18 and members enter free. The museum is located in Overton on State Route 169 off 1-15, exit #93 or via Lake Mead or the Valley of Fire. For more information, call the museum at (702) 397-2193.

The Lost City Museum is one of seven museums managed by the State Division of Museums and History, an agency of the Nevada Department of Cultural Affairs. The Department serves Nevada’s citizens and visitors through cultural and information management, presentation and promotion of cultural resources, and education. The Department also includes the State Office of Historic Preservation, NAC, NLA and Commission for Cultural Affairs.

For more information, please call Teresa Moiola at (775)687-8323 or visit the department’s web site at

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