About the Book
You can view inside this book (reproductions category) and see more of Linda apple's art @: http://www.applearts.com
50 original oil paintings of landscape and still life.
"Throughout my forty plus year career there was rarely a time that I was not painting. For many years the majority of my work were very large (3'x4' - 6'x8'). 2006 brought many changes and I decided to create smaller collectible fine art paintings that everyone could afford.
This idea led to the creation of an online art blog in order to show and sell the work. The blog quickly developed into a visual journal of daily discoveries. For the first year I created the realistic paintings now in this book.
I find it fascinating to capture the little objects and scenes that we often tend to take for granted.
I hope you enjoy them as much as I have enjoyed creating them."
You can view examples inside this book and see more of Linda apple's art @: http://www.applearts.com
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Sep 30, 2008
- Tags oil painting, fine art, original art, still life, antique toys, antique teddy bears, animal art, original oil paintings, viewing art, daily painting, small paintings, art work, interior art, floral art, classical art, realism, realistic, fruit, art, men, women, children, sculpture, family, contemporary, people, landscapes, cafes, bicycles, paintings, dogs, cats
Born and raised in the Appalachian hills of Southern Ohio, Apple was awarded a scholarship to the Columbus College of Art and Design in 1964, which was the first step into her life journey as a professional artist. Always seeking new ideas and experiences led her to France, Italy, Greece, Sweden, Mexico, Canada and the U.S.A. southwest. Over the past 40 years her work has gained international recognition exhibiting in Mexico, Canada and numerous galleries throughout the U.S.A., while finding it’s way into many prominent collections. Over the years the technical and personal aspects of her work have merged to produce images of beauty, peacefulness and humor of daily life .Her paintings touch the imagination of the viewer, leading them into a Journey of the Spirit.