Linda Bell  
Mixed Media and Collage

Linda Bell AFCA ISAP

                                

   

Linda Bell is an award winning Canadian artist who works primarily in Mixed Media including Acrylic Collage.  Her paintings can be found in private collections across Canada and the USA. Some of her work  also appears in TV series, advertisements and movie productions filmed in British Columbia. She was awarded signature status (AFCA) with the Federation of Canadian Artists (FCA) in 2014 and achieved signature status with the International Society of Acrylic Painters (ISAP) in 2017.  Several of her works have appeared in publications including Incite 3, The Best of Mixed Media published in 2015 and in AcrylicWorks 4, Captivating Color published 2017. 

Artists Statement

I have been painting off and on for a number of years, starting with watercolors when my children were small. Over the years I have gravitated to using acrylics and a mixed media approach which I find allows me more flexibility. Since I retired from a career in nursing and Health Care Administration, having the freedom and privilege to do what I want,when I want and to enjoy what I am doing has become central to the way I choose to live my life. Working with mixed media, playing with abstraction and new materials is liberating and allows me to keep the "fun" in painting. 

I love playing with shapes, pattern, colour, line and perspective. The process of painting has become as important to me as the outcome, I can get lost in it for hours. It makes me happy seeing the response others have to my paintings. My goal is to have people stop and be intrigued by something about the painting whether it is the texture, pattern, content, the painting name or the story behind it.  I also like injecting a little whimsy or humor into a painting and love it when it makes someone laugh. 

MEMBERSHIPS    

Federation of Canadian Artists (FCA) Signature Status (AFCA)

 International Society of Acrylic Painters (ISAP) Signature Status ( Organization now dissolved) 

 

 

 

 

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