Linda St.Clair | Expressive Eyes

It’s not much of a stretch to take in one of Linda St. Clair’s paintings and then imagine her as a young child on a Tennessee farm, standing next to a field with her small hands on a split-rail fence. As the little girl gazes at the large gentle eyes of a cow, she wonders what the cow is thinking and what it’s like to be a cow.

Those same kinds of thoughts might pass through St. Clair’s mind today, although now her deft hand is in motion, wielding a brush full of paint. The 57-year-old artist works quickly, alla prima, completing each painting—even large ones—in a single session.

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