Thursday, April 15, 2010

Linda Hammelman- Upcoming Contemporary Artist

White Peony - 13" x 13" - watercolor

Winter Road - 11" x 14" - watercolor

Montana Sunset

Snow in Michigan - 15" x 20" - watercolor

Selkirk Rockies Mountains - 11" x 14" - watercolor

Red Roses on Teal

Pomegranates and a Pear

Pink Tulips - 11" x 14" - watercolor

Peaches, Peaches - 11" x 14" - original watercolor

Purple and Yellow Iris - Original watercolor painting
15" x 20" - $55.00 usd

Hardware Store

A Lane in Georgia


Daffodils VIII

Coconuts up the Gravois

A Winter Day - 11" x 14" watercolor

Linda Hammelman

Personal Profile-

Linda Hammelman

About Me

Linda Hammelman is a native Missourian who has lived in Texas, Iowa, and Virginia and is now at home again in St. Louis. She holds the position of Director and Treasurer of the Saint Louis Watercolor Society. She has studied watercolor with Christopher Schenk, Carl Dalio, Pat Deadman, Joe Fettingis, Judi Betts, Frank Francese, Carol Carter, Hilary Page, Gerald Brommer, Don Getz, Don Andrews, Ted Minchin, Skip Lawrence, John Salminen and others. The colorful, splashy, energetic quality of watercolor appeals to Linda. Her favorite subjects reflect her interest in boating, flowers, people and places. She has received numerous awards and is a signature member of the Saint Louis Watercolor Society.

My Blogs

Team Members

Visual Artists Street Team Gallery mademoiselle G Dan Hillbilly Artist - H. Hinkle Cinnaber groovyinclinations Rukshana Hooda Michael Koontz Illusio catbirdseatstudio Pieces of Prehistory A Painting a Day by Kristen Stein sojournquilts Nyela JoTee MinervasMadness MYSTIC SILKS Jennifer Gibbs Rupa Sue Bryan 184 more
Saint Louis Watercolor Society Jane H Rosie Phillips


The art works of Linda Hammelman can be considered as astounding and fantastic for the fresh and innovative approach she makes in interpreting the beauty of nature at its best. Her colors are scintillating and her style is simply captivating in its simplicity and beauty. She reminds us of the great impressionistic work of the 19th century. The writer highly recommends her works of arts to serious art buyers.

Blog of Linda Hammelman -
Paintings In Watercolor

Etsy Shop- Linda Hammelman

Tags: Linda Hammelman, Upcoming Contemporary Artist, Art, Paintings, Artworks, Watercolor, Etsy, Impressionism

Posted by: Mel Avila Alarilla
Artworks/Paintings/Upcoming Contemporary Artist


Linda Hammelman said...

Thank you so much for this great write-up and for featuring so many of my paintings! I am honored by your selection of my work out of the many, many artists on the internet today.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Linda,
No your works are really fantastic and really deserving to be reviewed and cited for their extraordinary artistic qualities. I have my own criteria for choosing which artworks to feature out of the many that proliferate the internet. Thanks for your visit and appreciation. I really appreciate that. God bless you and your artistic talents.

Jean Levert Hood said...

Linda's work is so lovely, Mel! She has quite a touch with watercolor, and has such wonderful intensity to her paintings. Great feature!

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Jean,
Yes, I agree with you 100%. I was astounded by the sheer volume and quality of her work. I could easily feature a hundred or more of her paintings and still be assured of top quality artworks. I realize that I have barely scratched the surface of the abundance of quality artworks in the internet. Thanks for your visit and inspiring comments. God bless you always.

Moonangelnay on Etsy said...

Such beautiful work and it's so wonderful that you have shared so many pieces of Linda's in this feature. It was nice to learn more about her too in the write up. i find A Lane in Georgia really captivating. It takes some skill to use water colors, and she works with them so naturally.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Moonangelnay,
Yes, her works are really fantastic. She has a fresh approach in her paintings. Thanks for appreciating her work. Thanks also for your visit and comments. God bless you always.

His Unfailing Love said...

I love the pictures. I missed visiting here. I love it Kuya Mel. Thanks for always visiting my blogs. A blessed Sunday.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Sarah,
Thanks also for visiting this blog and for your appreciation of the paintings here. Are you okay now? I have been constantly praying for you, for your divine healing. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless you all always.

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