Guest Artist Linda Gilbert; Inspired Paintings

Happy Spring All! (or Fall, depending on where you are on the globe).  I currently have a solo photography exhibit at Gourgaud Gallery in Cranbury, NJ…the opening went well with a great turnout, the 1st sale and excellent press including an interview by Bob & Linda Gilbert, active members of the gallery.  Well, Linda is a painter as well so I thought I’d return the favor and feature a blog about her and her inspired artwork…so take it away Linda!

Following my retirement from teaching Art in the Public Schools in Brooklyn and Staten Island, New York, I returned to my true passion of creating inspired paintings, many of which are featured on my website.

Additionally, I am currently teaching an Acrylic Painting class at the United Federation of Teachers in Manalapan, NJ.  I also recently created an Art program for residents of the Renaissance at Cranbury Crossing, NJ where I instructed Painting.
My photos are a source for my paintings. I communicate my emotions, imagination and thoughts by painting landscapes, seascapes, fantasy, people, animals, and interesting architecture. I tell the story of my mind through my art work, altering reality to create a whimsical world.
Here are her websites:

I recently became a member of the Gourgaud Gallery (Cranbury Arts Council). I work the Gourgaud Gallery Fan Page on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Gourgaud-Gallery/108657442495068?sk=wall

and the Gourgaud Gallery Blog. http://gourgaudgallery.blogspot.com/

2 thoughts on “Guest Artist Linda Gilbert; Inspired Paintings

  1. These inspired paintings are great! I like it! Thanks for sharing these!…Daniel

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