About the artist:
Linda Botwinick

Artist Statement:

"Life is not about how many breaths you take, but rather how many things take your breath away."   I have been fortunate to be able to travel to many places in the U.S. and around the World. I rely on the individual subject to inspire my medium of choice. I am an impressionist artist and focus on color, light, and atmosphere in my seascapes, and landscapes. Many of these works also incorporate textures and layering to achieve additional dimension and enhancement. My paintings of people are candid scenes taken from their interactions during everyday life.

Artist's Bio:

Linda was born in Brooklyn New York. She was accepted by many prestigious art schools including Pratt Institute and Cooper Union but decided on Hunter College in New York City . She moved to New Jersey to raise two young girls with her husband. She completed her education with high honors at Rutgers University, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Art Education.

After graduating, Linda worked in private industry, as a commissioned artist under her company Artistic Environments. Her biggest projects involved the World Trade Center in NYC and many other corporate accounts in Manhattan . Today Linda's, award winning art is in many public and private collections.

Eventually migrating south to Boca Raton Florida, the tropical environment was the catalyst that began her love for re-creating the scenic outdoors on canvas. Linda continues her studies to fine tune her skills and experience different environments at many art institutions around the world.

This page last updated on 9-20-22