2013

June 3, 2010

Artist Contact:  linaraymond100@gmail.com

40″ x 28″, acrylic on wood

40″ x 28″, acrylic on wood

40″ x 36″ acrylic on wood

40″ x 28″ acrylic on wood                                                         SOLD

40″ x 36″ acrylic on wood                                                   SOLD

40″ x 36″ acrylic on wood                                                SOLD

40″ x 36″ acrylic on wood

Selected works from 2011:

MONOPOLIZED   (48″ x 48″, acrylic on canvas)             SOLD

To Have Had and Had Not (Rockwelled ) 

50″ x 40″, acrylic on canvas with over-glazing; wood frame

Tender Mercies of the Murphy  (28″ x 42″ acrylic on wood)

Household Saint (acrylic on old ironing board) 

 

Paintings shown below:  2010′s  Bearing Witness/adaptation 

Building Swedish  (48″ x 24″,  acrylic & pencil on wood)   SOLD  

Abraxus Adieu  (16″ x 24″, acrylic on wood)                  SOLD


The Holdout II, During  (48″x48″ acrylic on wood)       SOLD


Googie Ghost   (30″ x 40″, acrylic on canvas)        SOLD

The Holdout I, Before  (36″ x 48″  acrylic on wood)    SOLD


The Holdout II/Compressed  (24″ x 48″  pencil on xerox)  SOLD

The Holdout III, After  (36″ x 48″, acrylic on wood)   SOLD


Sunset Bowled  (30″ x 36″, acrylic & pencil on wood)         SOLD


Bardahl Sky I  (22″ x 30″, acrylic & pencil on wood)     SOLD


Archeologists’ Sundeck, (14″ x 18″, acrylic on wood)      SOLD


Ballard Camera (22″ x 30″, acrylic & pencil on wood)         SOLD


Epilogue (14″ x 18″, acrylic & pencil on wood)             SOLD

 

Selected press links for  Bearing Witness/adaptation:

 Lina Raymond – Page 1 – Calendar – Seattle – Seattle Weekly

 

 

The following “Previous Works” are some of my favorites from painting in Santa Monica, paintings inspired from the train trip north, and a few commissioned pieces:

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2 Responses to “2013”

  1. Tomas Krynsky Says:

    These paintings are simply stunning! Rarely do I get such emotion from paintings but I’ve been quite saddened by all the lost Ballard areas and you’ve captured them wonderfully.

    I’ll be calling the wine bar to see what the price is for these, I’m hoping they’re (relatively) affordable.

  2. elaprokopek Says:

    Hello, I just discovered your blog thanks to a Cheri Lucas’ post and I am really impressed. I clicked on the link especially because I saw you were painting with acrylic colours on wood, which is my favourite technique and I wanted to learn more on a professionnal artist’s use of this technique.
    I also appreciate the variety of your paintings, between the abstract ones, your trompe-l’oeil (“The tender Mercies of the Murphy”) and the precision of your architecture paintings.


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