Linda Hollett-Bazouzi

Linda  Hollett-Bazouzi
Alla prima, au premier coup, all at once, first strike. Whatever you call it, my best work has always been about this—whether outside or in the studio, once I’ve completed my thought process, I work until the painting is done. Besides trying to capture the moment, the wind, the ripple, the sound and light, there is the physical factor that because of how I paint it is very difficult to go back and finish later. Touch up, yes; stop for a few days and come back, no. I use a painting knife almost exclusively, and that lays the paint onto the canvas very differently than a brush. Once the paint has begun to harden, I can’t push and pull the paint around, scratch and scrub, build and obliterate.I am drawn to areas that we see but don’t see. This leads to work being done in a series, expressing change over time, real or imagined, within myself or in the location.
Featured Piece
Linda  Hollett-Bazouzi Entrance to Belmont_ Washington Street

Entrance to Belmont, Washington Street
- Oil on Canvas
14 x 18 in
$ 600.00


Linda  Hollett-Bazouzi Entrance to Belmont_ Washington Street
Entrance to Belmont, Washington Street
Oil on Canvas  
14 x 18 in
$ 600
Linda  Hollett-Bazouzi Lone Pine at Swan Quarter II
Lone Pine at Swan Quarter II
Oil on Canvas  
11 x 14 in
$ 500
Linda  Hollett-Bazouzi Charlottesville Sunrise
Charlottesville Sunrise
Oil on Paper  
4 x 5 in
$ 125
Linda  Hollett-Bazouzi Nag Head Foam
Nag Head Foam
Oil on Paper  
4 x 5 in
$ 125
Linda  Hollett-Bazouzi Nags Head Morning_ Overcast
Nags Head Morning, Overcast
Oil on Paper  
4 x 5 in
$ 125
Linda  Hollett-Bazouzi Nags Head Sunrise 2
Nags Head Sunrise 2
Oil on Paper  
4 x 5 in
$ 125
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