American Artist Linda St.Clair
Whether the subjects are lions or lambs, horses or hares, or the flamboyant and feisty barnyard rooster, St. Clair’s colorful animal paintings are characterized by the contrast of warm and cool tones, loose brushstrokes and bold color, light and shade, and thin and thick textures. Themes of parenthood, strength, and the soft, silent language of affection can all be seen in her work.
Winner of 2016 North Star Award Winner
The North Star Award was established in 2011 and recognizes an artist who has influenced their peers with a willingness to explore new realms of creativity and expression. In mentoring and inspiring other artists through their unparalleled vision, the artist has provided guidance, as the “North Star” guides fellow travelers.
She is a two-time recipient of the Grumbacher Gold Medal and member of the Society of Animal Artists in New York.
To get a clearer perspective of an animal’s spirit, St. Clair travels frequently to find and photograph them. She’s traveled to the North Pole to study polar bears, Africa to observe elephants and zebras, and Yellowstone National Park to watch grizzly bears.
St. Clair artwork found in private collections around the world.
“Fabulous artwork & friend,Linda’s work keep evolving and I am honored to feature her work in my gallery!” Pam Eggemeyer, Spirits in the Wind Gallery director/owner