For over20 years my husband and I have vacationed on Hatteras Island in the outer banks of North Carolina in the off-season. There is no one there, just sea and sand. My husband windsurfs and I paint. The ocean is a difficult model. It is constantly in motion, constantly changing. It is awe inspiring and an amazing challenge to paint. Will we humans continue the pollution of this vital part of our planet? My little watercolors try to capture the beauty of the ocean even as parts of it are dying.
Save Our Oceans, Save Our Seas
Artwork For Sale (Click the Image)
Linda was born in Oklahoma, but, when still an infant, moved with her parents to Washington, DC. There she developed her love of art, surrounded by the rich collections of the National Gallery, the Corcoran and the Phillips Museum.
Linda earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Ohio Wesleyan University and a Master of Fine Arts from George Washington University. She also studied at the University of Vienna in Vienna, Austria. Linda is a full-time artist, painting both en plein air and in her studio in Alexandria, Virginia. Although her primary medium is oil, she explores other painting media including watercolor and encaustics. She shows extensively in the Washington, DC metropolitan area and is represented in many private collections.