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.

The First Snow: November 11, 2018

The First Snow, ed_em

Do you hear the trees sigh just before the first snowfall?

Next Generation: November 4, 2018


My granddaughter, a budding artist, trying out my drawing table.



Inn by the Road: October 21, 2018

Old Coach Road House, email size

The old inn along the highway  beckons us to pause and step into a slower time.

Hints of Fall: October 14, 2018

Pond Mix, em

First hints of fiery fall reflected on the pond stir thoughts of mixing and baking.

Lock 23: October 7, 2018

Lock 23

Lock 23, 24 x 36, oil on canvas.

Fall’s beauty mirrored with perfect reflection in the canal.

The Breakthrough: September 30, 2018

The Breakthrough

Just when it seems all is lost, the sun breaks through with a sign of hope.

Transition: September 23, 2018

Late Afternoon on the Lake, email size

Do you smell fall in the air now?

Big Bend: September 16, 2016

Old River Road, ed_em

We picture Uncle Harold fishing from his boat as we cruise around the bend.


Apple Farm: September 9, 2018


Remember drinking little cups of fresh cider while our mothers bought pecks of apples?

Mid-Day Break: August 26, 2018

Midday Break, ed, email

We notice the trees changing from green to red in anticipation of their autumn festival.