Linda Carter Holman’s works are on display at Wilde Meyer Gallery’s three locations in Scottsdale and Tucson. They will also be featured in a solo show in November in Scottsdale.
Turn Right on Love 38″ x 38″ Linda Carter Holman
“Mixed media giclee canvas prints have become part of my painting world. I am lucky because I have always enjoyed playing all the parts that go into the creation of my life….inside our home, the garden, or studio. I like the process beginning to end.
Evocation to Life, 36″ x 36″ Linda Carter Holman
Canvas prints allow me a time for contemplation, putting the stretcher bars together….squared properly…stapling on the printed canvas requires technique …all by my hand…then while brushing on the protective coating…
Cloud Walk 30″ x 30″ Linda Carter Holman
I have the time to take a good look and revisit old stories, colors, compositions, and then when the brush and oil paint come into play with time spent painting on the canvas…I get to see the image anew and make any changes I choose and give it new life.
In the end, these mixed media, giclee canvas prints are as close as you can get to one of my original oil paintings.”
To wind down the summer heat, Wilde Meyer Gallery will be featuring a really cool show. Artists included are Debora Stewart, Tierney Miller, Ana Marini, Carol Spielman, Ryan Hale and many more. Show will hang from August 6th to September 26th, with an opening reception on August 6th from 7:00 to 9:00.
Thoughts at Dusk 40″ x 60″ (diptych) Ryan Hale
Winged Boughs 60″ x 40″, diptych Acacia Alder
Positive Steps 36″ x 32″ Lawrence Taylor
You Gonna Eat That? 8″ x 10″ Connie Townsend
Full Moon 24″ x 30″ Jaime Ellsworth
Lotus 36″ x 24″ Linda Carter Holman
Composition in Yellow, Grey & Black #7 60″ x 40″ Tierney Miller
2 Nudes 60″ x 48″ Brenda Bredvik
The View 60″ x 48″ Monika Rossa
Yonder 36″ x 48″ Connie Townsend
Harvest Queen 21″ x 13″ Rachel Slick
Letters of Transit (Casablanca) 41″ x 36″ Earl Linderman
Opening Reception: Thursday, August 6th from 7- 9 PM
A group show featuring works of several artists and their views of the west. Subjects range from stylized cowboys and galloping horses, to subdued paintings of the Sonoran desert. Show will hang from August 6th to September 29th, with an opening reception on August 6th from 7:00 to 9:00.
Pictured is only a sampling of the many great works available.
Spirit Horses 36″ x 96″ Chaille Trevor
Warrior III 12″ x 12″ Lance Green
Wild Cow Catcher 30″ x 40″ Amy Watts
The Men From the Babocomari 49.25″ x 73.25″ Thom Ross
The Mutual Admiration Society 24″ x 30″ Sarah Webber
Morning Moon 30″ x 36″ Stephen Morath
Petroglyph Screen with Copper 37″ x 37″ Doug Weigel
Man’s interaction with the bovine species goes back eons. Appreciation for bovines dates back to cave paintings depicting wild bison for hunting, and in Greek mythology – Hera’s fascination with the bull. Bovines had elevated status throughout ancient Crete and the Middle East. Cattle are revered in the Hindu religion. Moving into modern times, Westerners appreciated seeing a beautiful herd of cattle on the range. Artists shown include Dana Hooper, Sherri Belassen, Linda Carter Holman, and many others.
Retro Vache 60″ x 72″ Sherri Belassen
Friendly Pastures 11″ x 14″ Samantha Buller
Does Purple Make Me Look Fat? 10.5″ x 8.5″ Patricia Hunter
Dia De Los Muertos opens October 29th, 7 – 9 PM with a reception displaying a traditional alter and refreshments. Whether you celebrate Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead), Halloween, or All Souls Day; you are sure to find art to your liking in this special show.
Wilde Meyer artists have entered surprising works of art to participate in this tradition. At the reception, we will be serving Pan Dulce and Dia De Los Muertos Pan. Participating artists include Trevor Mikula, Connie Townsend, Linda Carter Homan, Rachel Slick, and many more. Show to hang through November 11th.
Harvest Queen 21″ x 13″ Rachel Slick
Veni, Vedi, Vici: The Skull of Adolph Ruth 30″ x 30″ Thom Ross