Linda Post‘s paintings, monotypes, and pastels speak to the tenuous balance of conscious and unconscious and the psychology of the cusp of adolescence. Post’s intensely pigmented, light-filled pieces utilize the ambiguous tones of twilight or dawn and the division between sea and sky to explore the transitional nature of identity and relationships.
Linda Post’s stunning paintings and pastels of flying and swimming figures explore the deep innerworkings of human nature. Her work has been exhibited widely throughout New England and New York including the Museum at the Rhode Island School of Design, The Rose Art Museum, The Newport Art Museum, The Springfield Art Museum, and The Attleboro Art Museum. Her paintings have graced the covers of The Gettysburg Review, the book Return of the Great Goddess, and the Return of the Goddess Calendar.
Read Linda Post’s Artist Statement
Read the article on Linda Post featured in Preview magazine
Read the review in American Art Collector Magazine, November 2008