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The Evolution Of An Artist

For the past several years, Linda Arnold’s paintings have edged away from the representational to the abstract.

Coastal Tempo, oil on canvas, 4 ft. x 5 ft. Artist Linda Arnold is shown in front of her abstract seascape at the Artists’ Reception at the 
Meghan Candler Gallery.

Coastal Tempo, oil on canvas, 4 ft. x 5 ft. Artist Linda Arnold is shown in front of her abstract seascape at the Artists’ Reception at the Meghan Candler Gallery.

Linda Arnold, a member of the Windsor community for 13 years, has been painting luminous landscapes and shimmering seascapes for some 40 years. During that time, she has received numerous major awards and recognition.

A highly educated woman, she obtained undergraduate and graduate degrees, then turned her attention to art. Linda studied at the Art Students League and at the National Academy of Design School of Fine Art, both in New York City. Then she studied with giants from the art world: Robert Brackman, Serge Hollerbach, Wolf Kahn and Sharon Sprung.

Read the entire article in the July 2014 issue