Linda has made beach scenes her favorite subject. His characters are described without flattery or glamor in an aura of tranquility, emphasizing their dignity and individuality. She is a humorous and energetic teacher who emphasizes the importance of making personal design decisions at every stage of the painting.
Linda is a painter, digital photographer, graphic designer, instructor and juror. She has taught workshops and seminars in the United States, Mexico, Canada, France, Italy, Greece, Spain, Ireland and Bali. She is referenced in "Who's Who in American Art" and "Who's Who of American Women" and she leads the chapter of the International Watercolor Society in the United States.
I like to draw and the two places I prefer are the airports and beaches of California, where I spend a lot of time chewing my characters. Curiously, people dress on the beach and at the airport in a way they would not do elsewhere. It's almost like they're asking for you. I have the feeling that they only adopt three or four different poses that they repeat ad vitam eternam. If you can capture one of them, you'll be able to capture your model, even if you do not include the details.
I love transparent colors and only paint with them. Most of my works are worked with three tinting colors from Winsor: Winsor blue (green shade), permanent pink and Winsor yellow. I have in front of me 5 or 6 buckets of yellow, 3 of red and one of blue, in order to be able to keep my yellows and my own reds. One of my favorite things about watercolor is the mix of colors. I can from these three primaries get all the nuances.LThe Art of Watercolour #16, p80Linda Doll