Lynda is a London- based artist who has a fascination in capturing impressions of how the landscape and cityscapes appear in a fleeting moment in oils , bringing to life the complexity of how light and colour transforms shapes and mood which she finds exciting.
Her paintings are impressionistic and colourful combining thick brushstrokes with rich colour to capture the vivacity of Britain's varied landscape: recording over her long career the ever-changing skyline of London and the river Thames.
After studying Fine Art at St Martin's School of Art BA Hons in 1984 where she studied sculpture and a few years later make the transition into oils.
In 2013 Lynda was artist in residence at the River and Rowing Museum; Dover Street Arts Club and has contributed to many mixed exhibitions including the; Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions, Henley Royal Regatta, Belgravia Gallery, Piers Feetham Gallery, Aylesbury Museum, Buckinghamshire, Amanda Aldous Fine Art Gallery, Lacy Road Gallery, Art for Youth, The Painter's Fine Art Society. Her work is held in private and public collections in UK and abroad.
Paintings can be purchased directly from the artist or acquired via galleries.
Galleries representing Lynda Minter's paintings
Riverside Gallery, Barnes, London
Amanda Aldous Fine Art, Hampshire
West Wales Art Centre, Fishguard
William Packer - Financial Times critic 2008: "Lynda Minter is a natural painter, her handling of paint rich and free on the surface, and impressively sure in its scope and sweep. She is a Romantic and an Expressionist, her heroes natuarally such as Turner, Constable, Soutine, de Stael, Michael Andrews. Her paintings are deeply felt".
Professor Ken Howard OBE says “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”.
Lucy Dorrien Smith, Tresco Abbey says " I am looking in awe at the colour, intensity of light, wil open skies, exciting, dramatic effects of the paint on canvas and I am thinking that this was created by a truly talented artist".