Master Award of
2011 American Impressionist Society Show
One of life’s most fulfilling moments occurs in that split
second when the familiar is suddenly transformed into the dazzling aura of
the profoundly new . . . These breakthroughs are too infrequent, more
uncommon that common; and we are mired most of the time in the mundane and
the trivial. The shocker: what seems mundane and trivial is the very stuff
that discovery is made of. The only difference is our perspective, our
readiness to put the pieces together in an entirely new way and to see
patterns where only shadows appeared just a moment before.
B. Lindaman Thinking in the Future Tense, 1978
"Art Chats with Linda Fisler: The Myths and
Realities of Creating a Painting"
Friday, August 22, 2014 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM EDT