Linda Prud’Homme was born in Montreal in 1947. She started oil painting on her own, more than 20 years ago. She perfected her techniques by enrolling at the École des Arts Plastiques and then at the Saïdye Bronfman Centre.
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She continued developing her technique under the watchful eye of Charlotte Rothenberg.
Her style is one of broad innovation and her most recent works, both her colorful paintings and her monochrome paintings, closely resemble works of sculpture, due to the textural quality she imparts to the surface of her canvas.
In order to give even more relief and depth to her work, Prud’homme uses marble residue recovered from a neighboring sculptor.
With a profound appreciation of nature, she brings the vivid earth tones into all her paintings. One can best describe Linda’s work as mood paintings: encompassing a wide range of inner emotion and spiritual feeling.