Linda Wesner Art

Have you ever found a bundle of old letters or photos – yours or your family’s – and felt that tug of emotion between past and present? That is the feeling I try to create in my realistic colored pencil drawings, paintings, and quirky collages.

Through a Child’s Eyes: April 21, 2019

Spring – frisky as a baby lamb, carefree as a butterfly, and joyous as a bird.

Forsythia Burst: April 14, 2019

After winter’s gray, spring surprises us with shocking yellow.

Spring Awakening: April 7, 2019

Bulbs push skyward and buds burst forth after their long winter’s sleep.

Ready to Sift: March 31, 2019

When spring rains fall, it’s time to sift flour and crack eggs.

Back Roads: March 24, 2019

In early spring we want to wander and wonder.

Party: March 17, 2019

Afternoon sun beckons us to join the party.

Hidden Key: March 10, 2019

Old Florida still remains, secluded and still, for seekers.

Early Morning Flight: March 3, 2019

We’re untethered from daily routine, ready to connect with people and places.

A Cold Night: February 24, 2019

We gather in the warm kitchen as the winter sun paints the sky red.

Mom’s Kitchen: February 17, 2019

My mother’s kitchen, teakettle ready for instant coffee on her GE stove. (High School sketchbook, circa 1965)