Welcome to Linda’s Fine Arts Studio

“I was once asked to make a list of my values, the big concepts I live by, the ones I must honor in my day-to-day life so as to feel a sense of well-being. Right at the top were Order and Beauty. When I look at my paintings of lotus blossoms, Pacific waves cresting and crashing, or the light falling on a rain-wet road in the French countryside, I see that in each one, I’ve tried to convey a sense of the beauty, harmony, and balance I witnessed, the sense of ‘all is as it should be.'”

Linda Howe

Inspired by the beauty of the physical world & working in a wide variety of media, Linda’s paintings capture what she saw at a certain place, in a specific moment in time.  Whether atop a Gothic cathedral, alongside the shore, or in a garden, Linda finds that the balance, harmony, & order she observes create a visual metaphor for a meaningful life.  Be sure to visit Linda’s blog for helpful information about the creative process.

And thank you for visiting this website!

Watch how Linda’s art comes to life!

Here is a slideshow detailing the creation of Linda’s colored pencil painting called Single Peony. Be sure your speaker is on. Enjoy!

And this is a 1-minute video that shows the evolution of a painting called Timber Cove.

New Artwork

Just a few samples ….

Linda’s Blog

On Hills, Mountains & Ocean Waves

When I was a child, I always thought of hills & mountains as barriers that hindered my family’s annual drive from the valley to the coast:  They were obstacles to be gotten over - or more accurately, around - before we could begin our seaside vacation. Every...

On Red

My favorite scene in Mr. Turner, the 2014 biopic about the English artist, occurs during the run-up to a Royal Academy exhibition: Turner appears to have deliberately ruined one of his dark & dramatic seascapes by pressing a brush loaded with shiny red...

On Being Demanding

The Belgian writer Georges Simenon is most famous for his series of detective novels featuring Commissaire Maigret of the Police Judiciaire in Paris, but he also wrote other books that he called his romans durs or “hard novels.” ...