Lynda Minter is a figurative painter based in London.
Her subject matter is landscapes and gardens plein air painting
to family portraits and pets.
Commissions undertaken in any setting.
When painting landscapes; Lynda says: " I paint what I feel and not what I see"
"I enjoy using lots of thick paint so that the texture of the brush strokes or palette knife are clearly visible. Painting instinctively, letting go, reworking, and taking risks, aiming to create images which have a life of their own".
Van Gogh writes: "I try to do as well as certain painters whom I have greatly loved and admired"
Following her graduation with BA Hons in Fine Arts at Central St. Martins School of Art, she worked at Sotheby's and Christie's which she calls her universities.
Solo and group exhibitions include: The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. Arist in Residence at the River & Rowing Museum. Annual exhibitor at The Royal Regatta at Henley. The Discerning Eye, New English Art Club. The Dover Street Arts Club, artist in focus.
Professor Ken Howard,
“Painting is about the hand the heart and the head” and that’s what you get when you see one of Lynda Minter’s paintings”
Financial Times Art Critic
“Lynda Minter is a natural painter, her handling of paint rich and free on the surface, and impressively sure in its scope and sweep”
Lucy Dorrien Smith ,
"I am standing in front of the loveliest seascapes and I am thinking that this was created by a truly talented artist"