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27th May - 24th June 2017

Returning to Doubtfire after three previous successful solo exhibitions, Linda Park has experienced a continuous rise in demand for her textured, evocative and dynamic landscapes. “Recently I have been drawn more and more towards the Western Isles and so this is the main focus for this collection of work. I have found myself focusing in particular on what's going on with the weather - cloud formations, storms approaching, sunsets or even clear skies contrasting with the rugged landscape.”

Exhibition Pics

(Click on thumbnails to view. Images record the full catalogue shown during the exhibition dates.)

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Linda Park

Gaining a BSc (Hons) in Architecture in 1995, Linda Park has since concentrated on her passion for painting, with 3 successful solo exhibitions at Doubtfire Gallery.

If the finest portrait artists get under the skin of their subjects, a similar claim could be made for Linda Park’s audacious interpretations of landscape and her ability to suggest the mysteries that lie beneath the bare stone and turf of the scenes she paints.

Linda’s work is all about the almost limitless spectrum of light and colour in which those landscapes are not so much bathed as drenched. Her particular skill is to dramatise and heighten the intensity of what she sees without compromising its natural primeval integrity.

‘I enjoy interpreting a landscape and transforming it into my own artistic language. Instead of just painting what’s there, I like to highlight and accentuate certain points, whether it be a cliff glinting in the sunlight, a rugged rocky foreground, dramatic cloud formations or a shaft of light reflecting on the sea, transforming what could be an ordinary image into something quite striking and dramatic.’

Linda and her family divide their time between Scotland and south-west France and much of her work has reflected that.