Linda Boisvert Destefanis

View Aloft (2020)

Artwork Type
Dimensions
24x18 in
Techniques
Support or surface
Linen Canvas
Framing
This artwork is framed
Painted from my photos taken from an airplane on the way to Florida. I love the clouds, the geometric shapes of the land and the ocean in the distance. About this artwork: Classification, Techniques & Styles Oil...
Painted from my photos taken from an airplane on the way to Florida. I love the clouds, the geometric shapes of the land and the ocean in the distance.
Linda Boisvert Destefanis
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“I have always considered myself a ‘fine artist’ first, even after over 33 years working in the graphic arts industry.  As a teenager I was able to take oil painting classes and by high school I was stretching...

“I have always considered myself a ‘fine artist’ first, even after over 33 years working in the graphic arts industry.  As a teenager I was able to take oil painting classes and by high school I was stretching large canvases to paint on with the help of my carpenter father.


Each time I paint I feel something special draws me to a scene, the light and shadows excite me and color adds another dimension as the art evolves. I love capturing beautiful, dynamic images with my camera or I-phone today to use as references.


I am primarily a landscape artist who finds herself gravitating to ‘waterscapes’ much of the time. My paintings are realistic and today I use oils primarily but over the past number of years I had developed a love for pastels due to the graphic quality of them and my love for drawing. With oils I prefer working on smooth surfaces including linen and aluminum which are as smooth as glass and force me to approach my paintings in a different way.


As an artist, I always hope that others will share in the beauty I have found as each painting includes a piece of me and my life's adventures.”

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