June 2008

Dahlia Explosion in our Garden 

Acrylic on canvas, palette knife and brush
32 x 23 inches


Two Arums

Acrylic on canvas, palette knife
19 x 19 inches



March 2008





Hommage to Cézanne
with Durante tulips, Cecconi lemons and the Tête du Chien
Acrylic on canvas; 22 x 18 inches; March 2008 



February 2008



Looking Over a Pasture near Yallingup, Western Australia, Chez Tony


Looking Over a Pasture (Evening) near Yallingup, Western Australia, Chez Tony II


From Cape Clairault, Western Australia, towards the Indian Ocean


19th Century Cottages, Arthur Circus, Hobart, Tasmania


A Sydney Harbor Morning


Diamond Head and Halekulani Garden Trees, Late Afternoon






Exotic plants in the patio by the front door 
of our villa in Beaulieu-sur-Mer, No 2

 Watercolor; 12 x 16 inches



Exotic plants in the patio by the front door 
of our villa in Beaulieu-sur-Mer, No 1

Watercolor; 9 x 12 inches.



Linda’s Second Anemonie Watercolor,
Inspired by Matisse, 2007

Watercolor;  12 x 16 inches





Linda’s First Anemonies,

Inspired by Matisse, 2007


Watercolor;  9 x 12 inches 


A bouquet of Dahlias
and Birds of Paradise in a Blue Pot, 2007

6 in x 12 in; acrylic on canvas.
Beaulieu-sur-Mer and Beyond, 2007

24 x 20 in; acrylic on canvas.



The Red Rocks of Anthéor, 2007

22 x 18 in; acrylic on canvas.



Dahlias and Friends, Red Background, 2007

16 x 13 in, acrylic on canvas.


September 2007


Dahlias from Our Garden with Peppers,  2007

24 x 20 in, acrylic on canvas



Agapanthes, Dahlias and Figs From Our Garden, 2007

32 x 24 in, acrylic on canvas.






Plunging Autumn View from the Etiennes towards Cap Ferrat, the Pointe St Hospice, the Crête des Serres, the Rade de Villefranche and the Mediterranean, 2006

57 x 21 in, acrylic on canvas.



The Red Rocks of Anthéor in 2005

34 x 18 in, acrylic on canvas


11 Responses to “1-Linda's paintings, 2005 – June 2008”

  1. Lora and Jeff Says:

    Your paintings are so wonderful!
    There is so much color in France.
    I love your Dahlias too. They are so vibrant.
    Thank you very much for sharing!

  2. Roland et Marie Louise Says:

    Nous avons eu grand plaisir à partager une soirée magique en votre compagnie dans un endroit paradisiaque!
    Vos “blogs”nous nous ont fait partager de grands moments de convivialités , nous en savons maintenant un peu plus sur la fabriquation artisanale de l’huile d’olives “grand cru de Beaulieu”.
    Nous aimons aussi votre peinture; vous êtes une grande coloriste qui exprime bien l’âme et le soleil de la côte d’azur .
    Bien amicalement

  3. Barby Says:

    What a lovely thing to see.

  4. Hi Linda, Your Dahlias are beautiful. We have some in our front yard as well. They certainly brighten up our
    lawn with vibrant colors. Our grand-daughter, Hannah, dearly loves flowers and naming the colors. Hope to see more of your paintings. Julie

  5. Bev Marlow Says:


    Your paintings are a delight. Looking at them on this rather cold rainy San Francisco day definitely cheered me. Your dahlias are a particular treat to view. Have you ever painted peonies?


  6. Christine Marcarian Says:

    WOW!! Thank you for sharing. What a lovely collection. You really captured the beauty of dahlias 🙂

  7. John Says:

    Thank you very much for sharing your new paintings. It’s like sun shining through the clouds. To see beauty and be able to enjoy it, that is what makes life nice and happy.

  8. Blair Says:

    I love the painting of Sydney Harbor; to me, it is as if you have captured a bluebird day.

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