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.

January’s Blue Shadows: January 14, 2018

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From our kitchen window, we watch sun sprinkle glitter on a fresh canvas of snow.

Safe Haven: December 12, 2017

25A68756-78FB-4807-BD9C-F1344AFAE264 Nature etches a timeless message on the lakes’s frozen surface.

Great-Grandma: November 26, 2017

Great-Grandma Morey, ed em

I have her apron and brown bread recipe, but find Grandma’s story

in her hands.

The Road Beyond: November 12, 2017

New Jersey Autumn, email size

Destination-bound, we overlook untraveled side roads.

November 5, 2017: Lonely Houses

Hayfields at Dusk, email size

Do you glimpse them from the interstates, those lonely houses in the fields?

Final Call: October 29, 2017

Final Call

The river greets us with a final call of bravura color as the curtain lowers on summer.

October 15, 2017: Barn Window

Ohio Corn

When I pass this Ohio field, I think of Central New York, so I framed it within my family’s old  barn.


October 6, 2017: Lost Farms

Alum Creek Relection

Alum Creek – a beautiful and necessary reservoir – with reminders of lost farm land.

Recently sold at Marcia Evans Gallery, 8 E. Lincoln, Columbus. Gallery Hop this Saturday!

Show continues until October 30.

Pond Reflection: September 24, 2017

Reed Relection

12×6, oil

In the silence we heard summer sighing into autumn.

From the Porch: September 17, 2017

Hydrangea 2

Hydrangea nod a greeting as we settle on the porch with our coffee and books.