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Linda Mitchell

Atlanta Artist

Linda Mitchell, who was born in Atlanta, grew up in a family that nurtured her strong,early interest in both animals and making art. Mitchell received a BFA from UGA in painting and an MFA in painting and a second one in sculpture from GSU.

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The highly textured pieces are made with painted and photographic images, fabric, wood, glass, and found objects. They coalesce into intricate and surreal scenes, reflecting life’s emotional complexity. By working intuitively, the artist layers materials, images, and dream-like scenarios.

Linda Mitchell has exhibited her paintings extensively with solo exhibitions in numerous museums and galleries nationwide. Her work is represented by Thomas Deans Fine Art in Atlanta, Linda Matney Fine Art in Williamsburg, VA and Dogwood Gallery in Tyrone, GA. Her work can be found in numerous museum, corporate and private collections.

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Art Gallery, 2018 Gift Guide

"Training Puppers" Limited edition print of original mixed media painting created with collage elements including book cover, paper, printed images, acrylic, and colored pencil.

Limited edition of 30. Signed archival giclee print ready for framing- Image size is 10x8"- Print size is 12x10"paper.

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Art Gallery, 2018 Gift Guide

"Puppy Sun Belly" Limited edition print of original mixed media painting created with collage elements including paper, printed images, acrylic, and colored pencil.

Limited edition of 30. Signed archival giclee print ready for framing- Image size is 10x8"- Print size is 12x10"paper.

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Art Gallery, 2018 Gift Guide

Shadowbox painting- Mixed media, acrylic and found objects on wood panel. 16x16x2." This piece is about overcoming the obstacles that get in your way. Featuring Morty, the golden pup and my favorite flower, the pansy. | more...