Linda Ann Lopez
Professional Artist

New York native Linda Ann Lopez is an expressive fine art visionary of mood. Moods, emotions and feeling are captured in Lopez photography and encaustic works of art. No matter the theme, medium, or the tool she uses to express her vision, her works seem to connect with the viewer.

Working from her Lake Mary studio for the last 30 years, Lopez tells her passionate stories of Florida dramatically themed in her art. Over the years her favorite themes include birds, horses, trees, and flowers. Her practiced media types vary from acrylic, pastel, pencil, oil, silk to photography.

"Originally I started taking photos as reference material for my paintings." said Lopez. "Then photography became an obsession. I even stopped painting for a short time, to learn the world of photography". After Lopez purchased her first DSLR camera. Her voice really emerged. A friend told Linda about a local art class that incorporated Photos with Encaustic. This appears to be a huge catalyst in the voice you see today in her work. Today you can see her original fine art photography on rice paper with Encaustic and other media worked in for desired effect. Lopez also went on to say, "Expressing my vision with melted beeswax and photography brings me a profound sense of peacefulness and purpose."

Lopez is a member of the International Encaustic Artist group and the local Florida Wax Chapter. Her Encaustic art was recognized as People’s Choice in the local Encaustic show. Lopez continues studying various methods and trying new media. She can often be heard saying "I see art everywhere." I always look at lights, darks, shapes and texture in the world around me. I see things others don’t, and I want to share what I experience visually in the world around me”. Lopez is now expanding her representation to various fine art Galleries around the USA.

Linda Ann Lopez shares her love of nature and the world around her through her lens, studio and heart.
40 for 40

Loan Tree

Reflection

Sun Set in the Woods

At Rest

Three of a Kind

Broken Pieces

Untitled Red Shouldered Hawk

Eastern Phoebe

Carolina Wren

In Limbo

The Storm

Free Bird

Contemplation

40 for 40
Encaustic, painting: Encaustic, photo transfer and oil sticks

I traveled with my husband on a police escorted motorcycle run that stopped at all the areas affected by the 9/11 catastrophe. This was the fourth crash site. This picture was shot on a foggy morning from the back of the motorcycle.

This is an original work.
Height 13" x Width 8.5" x Depth 1.2"
Year Produced: Unknown
Inventory ID LG_0002
Status: Hyder Gallery

Price:
$250.00
   

Narrative:
Taken in Somerset County, Pennsylvania. Forty memorial groves of forty trees each, were planted in honor of the forty people who lost there lives in Flight 93 on September 11, 2001.



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