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Natural dyes and ink on paper

9” x 12” matted and framed in blonde wood to 13" x 17"


inspired by the poem 




I had just remembered the blossoms!

    But . . . when I reached out 

    to gather them —

A golden-brown leaf slowly

    fluttered to my feet . . . 


— © Raymond J,. Steiner



Linda Lynton is a British born artist now living in Woodstock after a journalistic/editorial career in New York City. She returned to her first love, Art, in 2013 and focuses on all aspects of nature, from sweeping landscapes to detailed drawings of small natural elements all found in the Hudson Valley. She uses two genres--oil painting and ink drawing--to express her deep respect for nature and wild places. Her plein air and studio work in oils is vigorous, active and colorful, having been influenced by her experiences in India with its vibrant tropical palette. Her ink drawings (often enhanced with natural dyes) expresses her fascination with the detailed use of line, stemming from many childhood experiences with Persian miniatures and botanical art.

"On Reaching Middle Age" Linda Lynton

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