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Linda Lee Nelson, 1963 | Impressionist Portrait /Figurative painter




Linda Lee Nelson has been painting unique commission work and works for sale since 2002 and painted over 200 commission is 10 years. Is the Inventor of the AHA Palette and Easele Box.
Her work has won several awards from notabel organizations as the Oil Painters of America, and the Portrait Society of America, and her award most recently won was Best In Show at the 2012 Arts In Harmony Exhibition in Minnesota.
Linda was a finalist in the prestigious ACOPAL Contemporary American and Chinese Realism Exhibition.
















Besides painting, Linda has invented a unique line of art materials engineered for those with physical limitations.
Her AHA Palette and Easel/Carrying Box are currently in development for sale in the near future.

Linda Lee Nelson resides in St. Paul, Minnesota.
A successful artist in the Midwest region for over 10 years, she focuses largely on figurative painting with a style that is a distinctive blending of influences from realism, Soviet impressionism and mid-century modern illustration.

In her own words: "Painting the female 'object' is a particular challenge for a female painter. I approach it competitively and personally. The female object is beauty in form, line and mass.
My works are meant to be simple eye-candy - no political statement, no soapbox.
But I want to project aspects  that go beyond simple stereotypes.
I hope not only bring something fresh to the art world, but allow the viewer to apply their own connection and interpretation".

Linda has won numerous awards, including top honors in the Midwest regions’ largest competitions, MSF Fine Arts and Harmony In Arts.
She is a Best 50 finalist in the world ACOPAL competition.