Wednesday, June 06, 2007

New paintings by Linda Wooten-Green

I just published my ezine talking about Linda Wooten-Green's very evolved and voluptuous style. These paintings feel very feminine -- a celebration of Mother Earth without needing to beat anyone over the head about it. Her palette is rich but disciplined -- through these colors, she maintains integrity for her current home in southern New Mexico.

This is a leit motif for Linda's work, actually: each of her bodies of work, from Georgia, the Heartland, southern Colorado, and now New Mexico, has a very distinct set of colors. There are other things that change, as well -- like eating an artichoke, her work gets better the further she goes.

Here's my favorite from the current show at San Luis Valley Regional Medical Center.

Golindrinas II
Linda Wooten-Green
Oil on canvas


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