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Chinese Holiday by Linda Roberts
This monotype print celebrates the Golden Dragon Parade. The dragon represents wisdom, power, and is an important aspect of Chinese culture. It is also said that the Dragon Dance performed on New Year’s Day scares away evil spirits and bad luck.
Delight and Wonder by Linda Roberts
Word from the Artist. Elements of the fantastic and make-believe exist in this monotype print. Here we encounter a place of whimsical attraction where one is encouraged to use your imagination visualizing a castle and magical animals.
Fantasia by Linda Roberts
This monotype print takes us back to images of man from rock engravings from an Old Stone Age. It also visits symbols of a bird with a snake’s neck and a dog with long legs from Nazca, Peru. Here we are lost in a world from the past where the integration of cultures play in this fantasy. The ladder climbs to “nirvana” where suffering nor sense of self no longer exists.
Flight and Imagination by Linda Roberts
In this monotype print the artist is capturing a picturesque scene of the onion shaped domes where two birds soar above in a flirtatious dance over a cathedral. A flower is being bestowed to a loved one as enchantment is in the air. Magic reigns supreme.
Gaudi’s Spain by Linda Roberts
In this monotype print, color is characteristic of the dreamlike world of Gaudi who has been considered one of the greatest architects of the 20th century. This is a place of imagination that Gaudi visited as a child in his dreams.
Istanbul by Linda Roberts
In this monotype print an image of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, Turkey with a rainbow above creates a setting for festivities of dance and joy anticipating the eve of a New Year celebration. Hopes and dreams abound.
Stranger in the Night by Linda Roberts
This monotype print takes place in front of the Opera House in Paris. Balloons, entertainment, song, and dance surround the headless man with the umbrella and mystery pervades.
The Artist by Linda Roberts
In this monotype print the key unlocks the door to creativity which rules supreme. The clock represents the eternity of art. The candle and the sun denote how art brings light into one’s world as the bird reminds us the freedom that exists in flights of artistic expressions.
You, Love, and I by Linda Roberts
In this monotype print inspired by Marc Chagall the title pronounced backwards says “I Love You”. The bride leaning her head on the bird denotes union of love with the romance of the Eiffel Tower in the background. The bird in flight represents the journey of two souls into the future. The rabbit embodies fertility, abundance, and warmth.