Linda Rzoska

Artwork

Evening Communion

Linda Rzoska

Evening Communion

mixed media

30 x 15 in

$800.00

Blustery Gray (Edition 10)

Linda Rzoska

Blustery Gray (Edition 10)

Ink Drawing layered with Tusche Painting

19 x 41 in

$925.00

May Queen

Linda Rzoska

May Queen

Mixed Media: Ink Oil Pastel Tusche Encaustic

32 x 18 in

$800.00

Listen For The Whisper

Linda Rzoska

Listen For The Whisper

mixed media

30 x 15 in

$800.00

Darkness Has It Purpose (Edition 10)

Linda Rzoska

Darkness Has It Purpose (Edition 10)

Ink Drawing layered with Tusche Painting

12.50 x 17.50 in

$425.00

Tree of Ameland (Edition 10)

Linda Rzoska

Tree of Ameland (Edition 10)

Graphite Drawing layered with Tusche Painting

9 x 7 in

$325.00

Memories Of The Greenwood

Linda Rzoska

Memories Of The Greenwood

mixed media

22 x 30 in

$1,000.00

Elements (Edition 10)

Linda Rzoska

Elements (Edition 10)

Ink Drawing layered with Tusche Painting

11 x 6 in

$325.00

Woods Edge (Edition 10)

Linda Rzoska

Woods Edge (Edition 10)

Ink Drawing layered with Tusche Painting

9 x 7 in

$325.00

Will O' the Wisp

Linda Rzoska

Will O' the Wisp

mixed media

20 x 20 in

$650.00

Horizon Smudge (Edition 10)

Linda Rzoska

Horizon Smudge (Edition 10)

Ink Drawing layered with Tusche Painting

21 x 41 in

$925.00

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Linda Rzoska
Artist Statement: From my experience I see that many of us in western civilization are living in a wasteland of sorts. Author Nigel Pennick states that the “wasteland” comes when the living landscape is rejected or ignored and when humans, in favor of wealth, abandon the spiritual aspect of nature. The northern and western European folk tradition is particularly rich in tales regarding this spiritual aspect of nature or the atmosphere or presence in the landscape that seems to exist beyond the everyday realm of my modern human cognizance. About: The imagery in the artwork is meant to represent a sense of life with no limitations of space and time, a sharing of spirit, mind and heart, a spiritual recognition and belonging, a joining in an ancient and eternal way. Her current work is inspired by her interest in nature, folklore, mythology and comparative religions. An attempt to visually communicate this spirit or soul of a place that has been witnessed along with the human collective relationship with the landscape. Professor Emeritus at Kalamazoo Valley, Linda teaches Design, Illustration, and Motion Graphics. She has worked in the corporate and private sector as a graphic designer and illustrator. Process: Linda’s process, like her spirit, has many layers. She uses material like graphite pencil, touche, and wax to create her layered and mystical pieces.
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