Linda Holch Gordon
In my paintings I try to capture how the light and reflections play on the boats and the water. l love the dramatic contrast and interplay of the light and dark shadows created by the intense sun out on the water and the reflections in the water. Vivid colors make me happy, so I am drawn to scenes that are bright and cheerful. I am also inspired by architecture and the shadows created by the light from different angles. When I travel and photograph boats, beaches, buildings with flower laden balconies, l have a painting in my mind of that special moment in time. When you look at my paintings, I want you to be transported there with me, enjoying that moment, too.
Linda Holch Gordon grew up in the Northeast, spending her summers on Nantucket. She now lives in North Carolina. Her love of the beach, traveling and the local architecture is the inspiration for her work. Most of her paintings are from photographs that she has taken during her travels to Europe, the Caribbean and coastal towns on the East Coast including Bald Head Island and Nantucket. Her love of the water is seen in her paintings of all types of boats and coastal scenes. Linda has exhibited at the Tobias Gallery on Nantucket MA, Beneath the Palms Gallery in Morehead NC and the Woods Gallery on Bald Head Island NC. She is a member of the Alamance Artisan's Guild in Burlington NC. She has studied with Jill Troutman, Frank Dalimonte and Betty Tyler. Linda has also studied with William Welch, George Thomas on Nantucket and Mike Rooney and Connie Winters in North Carolina. Linda's paintings are now exhibited at All About Art on Bald Head Island, NC. She may be contacted at 336-263-0239, or email [email protected].