Australian artist, Linda MacAulay has turned a gift and passion for art into a lifelong career. “I was fortunate to know that art was going to be my life’s work from a very early age”.
Painting in watercolour and acrylic, Linda's work reflects her humour and sense of connection to the landscape. Her paintings capture the essence of the Australian landscape and way of life. The Emu series is about those WTF moments in life and some of the characters of the Australian Outback. Linda MacAulay's award winning paintings and prints have been sold around the world into both public and private collections.
Linda is a fun, talented and giving teacher. As one of Australia's best selling artists, her watercolour workshops and acrylic painting workshops inspire and encourage students from beginners to the more advanced to achieve their full potential. To find any information on Lindas current watercolour classes or acrylic painting classes and workshops visit the Workshops section of the website. She has upcoming workshops on Matisse Dry Mediums and Rust Effects at Kaisercraft, University Hill. Linda will also be teaching residential workshops in acrylic painting at Grampians Brushes in September.
Take a look through Linda's online watercolour gallery or acrylic gallery. At the moment Linda has just returned from a month in Uluru as Artist In Residence. Visit her acrylic gallery to view her latest work.
This month Linda has work at Ayers Rock Resort in Uluru. For more information visit the exhibitions page.
If your searching for Prints of Melbourne, prints of Central Australia or prints of Western Australia have a look in the print gallery section. All Lindas art exhibitions, demonstrations, residencies and open studio dates are listed in the exhibition section.
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Visit Linda's YouTube channel to watch her latest step by step demonstration clip on "Wet on Wet techniques in Acrylics. Linda MacAulay on Youtube
For some great painting tips in both watercolour and acrylic painting take a look at Linda's Artists Blogs section. Sign up for her email newsletter to receive all Linda's latest painting tips and news on exhibitions, painting demonstrations and classes. Please remember if you sign up to add firstname.lastname@example.org to you email address book to prevent this newsletter going into your spam folder.