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|ORAG features Ward as artist of month|
Linda Snider Ward is Ouachita River Art Gallery's Featured Artist for the month of September.
Her exhibit, "For the Love of Horses and all Creatures," is a new series of oil paintings created specifically for this exhibition.
"The title of the show reflects not only the subject matter of my blog, my website, and my Etsy shop, but also my booth at the New Orleans Arts Market each month," Ward said.
"The majority of works in this show are painted ala prima, painted in one sitting. I enjoy working small and quickly. It's a challenge to me to complete a painting in one sitting, to see the final results in just a few hours. As I work, I try to stay as loose as possible, painting shapes and values and trying not to "fuss" too much over certain areas. My palette is limited and includes only two reds, two yellows, two blues, and white. I mix all of my earth tones, blacks, and neutrals.
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