"Everything I see, everywhere I look, a painting
waits to come to life. Creative minds have proclaimed their feelings
through various forms of expression for millennia, but it is the painting that
communicates a simple or complex message in an instant. It sees no age or
gender, and speaks every language found on earth. My paintings are a
celebration of life. They are momentary journeys that are filled with
nature's richness, beauty and dignity, and provide a temporary shelter from our
otherwise fast paced, busy world."
By age 40, Linda's successful career in advertising gave way to her childhood affinity for painting the animal. A portal to the world of miniatures opened shortly after thereafter when she experimented with working in little. Years of hard work in both genres have garnered Ms. Rossin countless awards, distinctive honors, associations, and recognition among collectors, editors, museums and peers.
Ms. Rossin was inducted into the Society of Animal Artists (SAA) in 2002, and her paintings have been consistently selected for annual exhibitions and national tours. Artists for Conservation (AFC) has accepted Linda's work for exhibition annually; in 2009 she was a recipient of the coveted Medal of Excellence. The World Federation of Miniatures featured Linda's work in the Third Exhibition of Fine Art in Miniature at The Smithsonian, Washington, DC and the Fourth Worldwide Exhibition, "The Little Big Picture" at The Burnie Regional Art Gallery, Burnie, Tasmania, Australia. over the years, numerous print publications have featured this dedicated artist within their pages. Her work also appears in the hardcover editions of The Best of Wildlife Art, volumes 1 and 2, North Light Books. Two recently published books include information about Linda: Modern Masters of Miniature Art in America and Best of Worldwide Wildlife Artists. Limited edition prints are currently being sold throughout North America and overseas, while her originals can be found in private collections across the USA, abroad and in the Permanent Collection of the Miniature Art Society of Florida.
Ms. Rossin has served as both juror and judge for major national and international miniature art shows. She has exhibited extensively in many prestigious art exhibitions and events across the country. Along with her signature status within the Society of Animal Artists, (SAA), she is also a signature member of the Miniature Artist of America (MAA), and the Association of Miniature Artists (AMA). She is also a member of Artists for Conservation (AFC), the Miniature Painters, Sculptors and Gravers Society of Washington, DC (MPSGS), the Cider Painters of America (CPA), the Miniature Art Society of Florida (MASF) and Nature Art International.
The Snow Goose Gallery is very proud to represent this exceptional artist.
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