Walk for Our Lives-March 24 in Menlo Park

by LINDA HUBBARD GULKER on MARCH 16, 2018     Students, their families, and supportive community members don’t need to journey to Washington, DC, on March 24 to March for Our Lives or even to other cities in the Bay Area thanks to Dr. Katharina Powers, owner of Art Ventures in downtown Menlo Park, who is organizing a walk on that day from noon to 1:00 pm from …

Artist turns melted guns into angels – Story WNYW-1

NEW YORK (FOX 5 NEWS) – Using melted guns and decommissioned missiles, Lin Evola transforms weapons into painted peace symbols. “The weapons melted down says to humanity, ‘We are the ones who choose,’” she says. The conceptual art project is titled the Peace Angels Project. It serves as a reminder of the worldwide violence epidemic. By turning weapons into angels, …

KCRW Article

One moment you are looking at Gwynn Murrill’s ceramic sculpture of a serpent with its reference to evil, and the next you are staring at Lin Evola’s small metal sculpture of a winged Angel, a sculpture cast from melted down confiscated guns. If that doesn’t stop you in your tracks, nothing will. And, side by side with works of these …

Global Action To Prevent War

“Watching with us this past week was Lin Evola, the founder of the Peace Angels Project which (among other things) has mastered the art of reuse – in this case transforming the metal from used weaponry into compelling and hopeful images.   While she was with us, Lin took copious notes which she turned into drawings that represented the vast disturbances of the …

The Takeaway interview

Click on the ‘Listen’ button above to hear this interview. The Peace Angels Project is a conceptual art project with a mission: To melt down weapons and use the metal materials to create images of unity and peace. Lin Evola is a conceptual artist and founder of the Peace Angels Project. She explains the inspiration behind the project, her process …

Supermodel Emme interviews Lin Evola

I am so proud to introduce you to my friend Lin Evola, artist and creator of the Peace Angels Project. Lin uses metal from melted down street weapons and the stainless steel core of decommissioned missiles to create large-scale sculptures that are powerful images of kindness, compassion, and unity. Through the Peace Angels Project, Lin permanently transforms these weapons of …

TEDx Fulton Street Salon

Transforming Nuclear Weapons and Handguns into Angels of Peace | Lin Evola | TEDxFultonStreetSalon Published on Feb 13, 2017 She has more guns and weapons than any private individual — including tons of decommissioned nuclear weapons. The Peace Angels Project creates public monuments to peace from some of the most destructive materials ever created by humankind. Directed/Edited by Jason Moore, …