Today we are taking a closer look at the artworks of landscape painter Linda Lang. Linda draws inspiration for her paintings from numerous expeditions into Canada's arctic circle. She is a passionate conservationist and brings a clear love of the northern wilderness into her arctic paintings.
I find Linda's use of shadow and large, simplified forms very visually pleasing. There is a great deal of movement in the images which in some ways reminds me of the works of Emily Carr. Also notable is the way that Linda manages to inject so much vibrant colour into paintings of a landscape that most of us probably think of as a vast expanse of white and grey tones.
Linda also helped found the Polar Artists Group, which brings artists together with scientists and researchers to create work bringing attention to climate change.