Linda Louis

Linda Louis’s compulsive devotion to her personal vision, has garnered much praise and attention.  Her work has been handled by four New York City galleries; her art hangs in many private and public collections; she has been highlighted in the New York Times and as magazine cover art with accompanying stories.  Ms. Louis was also chosen as Featured Artist by the National Endowment for the Arts 50th Anniversary.

 

Linda Louis is driven to make art every day … ‘to explore a theme until all the juice has been squeezed out.’  Asking her to explain her work, she says, “… is like asking a snail to give meaning to its shell.”  Louis’s paintings, drawings and three-dimensional art represent a vibrant self-contained cosmos with no limits.  You are invited to take a walk, or fly, among fanciful and mysterious images nurtured by an interior life bubbling over with raw material and a rebellious yearning to explore a enchanting Earth, sea and sky.

 

As in the fairytale where the children leave breadcrumbs in the woods to mark their trail, Louis entices us into a virtual universe of visions and metaphors where an imaginary life force has consumed the breadcrumb trail and we are left to explore on our own.

 

Enjoy a world of art that captures a moment in time before it slips away.  Linda Louis interprets the ephemeral and helps you re-discover your dreams. 

© 2013 by Paul Calendrillo 

 

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