Colorful Animal Paintings by American Artist Linda St.Clair

American Artist Linda St.Clair

Whether the subjects are lions or lambs, horses or hares, or the flamboyant and feisty barnyard rooster, St. Clair’s colorful animal paintings are characterized by the contrast of warm and cool tones, loose brushstrokes and bold color, light and shade, and thin and thick textures. Themes of parenthood, strength, and the soft, silent language of affection can all be seen in her work.

Colorful Animal Paintings

Private Collections

The Clearing, Mixed Media on Canvas, 15" x 30"

The colorful animal paintings of American artist Linda St. Clair can be found in private collections, galleries and museums from coast to coast and around the world. Find out more…

Upcoming Events

Artist Work Shop with Linda St. Clair

Cost: $400
Date: March 6th, 7th and 8th, 2018
Contact: Linda St.Clair
Location: Bluffton, South Carolina
Reserve your spot: by phone: (505) 795-5640 or by email lindastclair236@gmail.com

*This workshop is limited to 10 students so book your spot today.

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Artist Workshop | Animal Portraits with Linda St. Clair

Date: August 10, 11 and 12th, 2017
Contact: Linda St.Clair
Location: St. Clair Studio, Montezuma Arts, 333 Montezuma Street, Santa Fe, NM. 87501
Reserve your spot by phone: (505) 795-5640 or by email lindastclair236@gmail.com

*This workshop is limited to 10 students so book your spot today.

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Oil Paint Workshop | Animal Portraits with Linda St. Clair

Date: September 29, 30, and Oct 1st, 2017
Contact: Ann Attal
Location: Austin Galleries, 5804 Lookout Mountain Drive, Austin, Texas 78731
Reserve your spot by phone: (512) 495-9363 or by email info@austingalleries.com

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“An animal shall not be measured by man. In a world older and more complete than ours, they move finished and complete, gifted with the extension of the senses we have lost or never attained, living by voices we shall never hear.  They are not brethren, they are not underlings, they are other nations, caught with ourselves in the net of life and time” ~ Naturalist Henry Beston

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