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Artist Statement:

 For me, painting is a pilgrimage – a journey into the mystery of creation and, through that sacred path, ultimately a journey into the deepest reaches of my soul.

  Whether I am painting in the breathtaking Hudson Valley, near Italian castles, or on a sun-drenched beach in Florida, Maui or Costa Rica, my paintings capture the underlying brilliance – the spiritual energy – that underlies all of nature.    Painting “en plein air”, absorbed into nature’s grand but silent communication, with all of my senses acting as ready receptors to whatever might be presented to me, further enhances my mission of discovery.

  With intuition leading the way, I avoid focusing on too many details to allow for a total immersion of myself into the “greater self” that surrounds me. Slowly, the world of form and color merges and shifts, separates and impresses, the whole dissolving into an insistent mood of pure energy.

    It is this distillation of both what is seen and not seen that I attempt to capture on my canvas.   When a mixture of color and form resonates in my being, when I feel that I am at one with nature and that my painting is reflecting that union, then I feel a sense of spiritual awakening.  The magic is there and the painting is complete.

  In the end, it is my hope that through my painting I have passed along a bit of the mystery to you.


Thank you again for visiting this website. Please feel free to contact us when you see a painting you admire and would consider adding to your collection, wish to participate in a workshop or have a question for me.

Creatively yours,

Linda

 

              Landscape Oil Paintings
             530 Burns Gallery in Sarasota, FL

                                      &

        Nikki Sedacca Gallery in Edgartown, MA


 





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