The artist uses color, light and shadow to express a strong connection with nature and the drama of a moment. Her paintings seek to create an emotional connection and encourage viewers to participate with their own personal reflections.
Linda Puiatti (pronounced poo-YAH-tee) paints primarily with oils on canvas in her Holmes, New York studio. Field studies painted outdoors in the Hudson Valley, the farmlands of Belgium and France or the coast of Cape Cod give way to larger studio works.
Puiatti’s paintings hang in private collections throughout the US, Europe and Africa.
American studies include: The Art Students League, The School of Visual Arts, The Woodstock School of Art, and the Byrdcliffe School of Art
European studies: Stedelijke Akademie voor Schoone Kunst, Deinze, Belgium
[…on closer examination, whether a vase full of lilacs or a field of grass and rocks, the objects she paints seem almost to dissolve into abstraction. The play of shadow and light is her real subject, regardless of the genre.”] – From “Abstracted Realism: The Alla Prima Paintings of Linda Puiatti” by Barbara Rizza Mellin