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Moon Shadows by Linda Donlin
Sunflowers Gone Wild by Linda Donlin
The Road Less Traveled by Linda Donlin
Cattle Call SOLD by Linda Donlin
Fall Jewels by Linda Donlin
Driftwood Mystery by Linda Donlin
Shimmering Spring by Linda Donlin
By the Light of the Silvery Moon by Linda Donlin
Copper Forest by Linda Donlin
Winter Wonderland by Linda Donlin
Solitude by Linda Donlin
Isn't She Lovely by Linda Donlin
Here Comes the Sun by Linda Donlin
Fall Fantasy by Linda Donlin
Dakota Gold SOLD by Linda Donlin
Solo Snowscape by Linda Donlin
Everaldo and Natalia by Linda Donlin
Butterfly Lili by Linda Donlin
Madalyn's Fall Walk by Linda Donlin
Glacier Park Trail by Linda Donlin
A Mother's Love by Linda Donlin
Swan Solo by Linda Donlin
Schafer House by Linda Donlin
Rogers Elevator and Mercantile by Linda Donlin
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About Linda Donlin
Iâ€™ve been an artist since I was a little girl growing up in central North Dakota. My artistic pursuits of drawing, painting, writing, and singing have brought me great joy throughout my life. Hours fly by when you can lose yourself in doing something you love!
I channeled my interest in writing and visual arts into a fairly successful career as a public relations professional and rose through the ranks in communications and marketing departments in energy, healthcare and higher education. My spare time was spent honing my skills as a painter and singer.
My formal education focused on communications and business, but I took drawing and painting classes whenever possible from local and regional artists and online, as I searched for a style that I preferred. I fell in love with impressionistic, impasto paintings, done primarily with a palette knife, and most recently with my gloved fingers.
With family grown and career pressures winding down, I am now able to focus my energy on painting. I work mostly in acrylic and oil and enjoy painting subjects that relate to things I love: family, the arts, and our beautiful and greatly under-appreciated state.
My paintings are vibrant with soft edges; dimensional with texture, layers and highlights; and true in shape and form. They are more suggestive than detailed and precise.
In preparation for my hometownâ€™s 135th anniversary and all-school reunion, I painted a Sykeston Series of scenes from around Sykeston, North Dakota. The process made me realize how precious our memories are, and that the best way to capture the nostalgia and love I feel is in a painting. Each person views the painting of their school, their church, the iconic landmark in their town in a different way, and the feelings they stir are unique and meaningful. I have thoroughly enjoyed hearing from my classmates what these paintings mean to them. This holds true for every piece of art: What emotion does it stir? What feeling, what memory do we want to capture? We savor every time we look at this visual representation of ourselves â€“ our past, present and future.
Each piece of art I create comes from a place deep inside, springing from the gifts God gave me and flowing through my fingers onto the canvas to shape a work that I am hopeful will be meaningful in some way to those who view it, appreciate it, and choose to make it a part of their lives in one way or another.