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Linda Rupard

Linda Rupard

Big Spring, TX

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I like giving my artist statement better then my Biography.

Finding something white gives me a feeling of exhilaration...like a child using a crayon on a forbidden wall Whether it's a blank canvas or paper, shoes, baseball cap, t-shirt or furniture; I see colorful potential just begging to be painted. As an artist I feel privileged to be the one to put the first touch of color; transforming it with my imagination . Colors & shapes are the words of my soul.
I capture memories that I experience on our travels; nature or of days gone by painting in many different medians. My favorite painting is usually the one I am currently creating . I agree with the famous artist who said ( Maybe this will be my masterpiece. )
My philosophy is like what you do and do what you like. I delight in expressing myself with my brushes. I paint to share with others , to bring a bit of joy, to brighten a day with a touch of color.









 

 

Magnolia Blooms by Linda Rupard

 

Tomatoes by Linda Rupard

 

Angel Light by Linda Rupard

 

Butter Fly 2 by Linda Rupard

 

Bull Rider by Linda Rupard

 

Water Pitcher by Linda Rupard

 

American Icon by Linda Rupard

 

Fall leafs by Linda Rupard

 

Broken cowboy by Linda Rupard

 

Come the Spring by Linda Rupard

 

White Poppy by Linda Rupard

 

Mountain stream by Linda Rupard

 

Changing Pastures by Linda Rupard

 

Alice and Friends by Linda Rupard

 

Boots and skull by Linda Rupard

 

Splash Down by Linda Rupard

 

White Heron by Linda Rupard

 

Tea Time by Linda Rupard

 

Past Full Bloom by Linda Rupard

 

Vase book and chair by Linda Rupard

 

Mardi Gras Cowgirl by Linda Rupard

 

Desert Cowgirl by Linda Rupard

 

Southern Bell by Linda Rupard

 

Mexico Color by Linda Rupard

 

Running Wind by Linda Rupard

 

White Man's Magic by Linda Rupard

 

Party Slipper by Linda Rupard

 

Splat Cat by Linda Rupard

 

Winter Texans by Linda Rupard

 

High Cotton by Linda Rupard