Linda Feinberg Art Collections
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Artwork by Linda Feinberg
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Apache Wedding Prayer by Linda Feinberg
Apache Blessing-sunrise by Linda Feinberg
Apache Blessing with Sunset by Linda Feinberg
Keeping you in our prayers by Linda Feinberg
Pomegranates for Rosh Hashanah by Linda Feinberg
Shma Yisrael by Linda Feinberg
Modeh Ani prayer with sunrise by Linda Feinberg
Deep Peace with CT River Valley by Linda Feinberg
Birches at First Connecticut Lake by Linda Feinberg
Two Souls Destined to be Together by Linda Feinberg
Chanukah Zech 4-6 by Linda Feinberg
Pomegranates by Linda Feinberg
Las Bailarinas de Costa Rica by Linda Feinberg
Jerusalem Street Scene for Rosh Hashanah by Linda Feinberg
Waterfalls at Red Butte Garden by Linda Feinberg
May God Grant You Always by Linda Feinberg
Irish Blessing by Linda Feinberg
View from Noon Peak by Linda Feinberg
Running Horse by Linda Feinberg
Angel's Blessing by Linda Feinberg
Apache Wedding Prayer2 by Linda Feinberg
View from Mount Willard by Linda Feinberg
Blossoms along the wall by Linda Feinberg
Sparrows inspired by Chihuly by Linda Feinberg
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About Linda Feinberg
Artist Statement ï¿½ Linda H. Feinberg
All images in my galleries are the original work of Linda H. Feinberg and are for sale through this website. They are protected by U.S. and international copyright laws. New creative work is posted weekly on my blog: http://avisiblevoice.blogspot.com/
As of July 2017 I am in the process of moving from New Hampshire to Idaho. It is a big change for me after living most of my life in the east, but I'm looking forward to the move as a new adventure and I will enjoy setting up my new studio and getting back to painting. I haven't been painting since we have been packing up and house hunting.
I began the study of art later in life (in my 50ï¿½s) while running my own home-based business (Z-Best Bookkeeping) in Manchester, NH. I had been writing for over 20 years by that time (many poems and articles published), my children were grown, and I was looking for another creative challenge. My husband encouraged me to take art classes and try something new. My poems are now available as e-books on Amazon (Kindle) and for the Nook on Smashwords.com. I have an author page on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/author/lindafeinberg
As a poet I create visual images and emotions with words. As an artist, I try to connect with the essence of the image aesthetically and spiritually. I work in oil, acrylics, pen and ink, colored pencil, watercolor and oil pastel. Locally I have taken classes with many wonderful teachers. I am inspired by hiking in our beautiful state of New Hampshire as well as by the verses and images from our Taï¿½nach (Bible - Torah, Prophets, Writings) and liturgy.
I sold my bookkeeping business in April of 2011 and I am continuing my art studies. I am actively working with both oil and acrylic paints now, focusing on landscapes and thoroughly enjoying my retirement. I spent 8 weeks in Israel during the winter of 2012, traveling and volunteering. In 2013 I took a trip to Costa Rica and another trip to Utah and its magnificent national parks. You can see my artwork from these places in my galleries.
My husband, Joe Smiga, is an author and I have had the privilege of supplying photos for the covers of many of his books. He has a website and blog: http://www.joesmiga.com/ and http://www.smigawritesabout.blogspot.com/
I am also posting photos and some artwork on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LHFeinberg
Many of my images are also available for your print or advertising needs. Contact me directly if you would like to lease an image or to commission me to paint your image.
ï¿½Express the spirit through what you paintï¿½
Gu Kai Zhi (345-406 C.E.)