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Fine Art -Artists at work in the "Heart of Matlacha"

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Clownin' Around - 16x20

Blue Crab Hideaway- SOLD

Falling in Love at the Dock Party- 10x20

Sea Currents 24x48

Linda Kegley

Acrylic Painting

New Works at the Gallery

Florida ABC's

Prints  and cards available

BestFins Beach Party II- 18x36 SOLD

Puffy Love - 16x20

Fine Feathered Friends- 24 x 48

Shenanigans at the Reef Bar- 24x30

Gazebo Greeters at WildChild

GirlFINS at the Beach III- 16x20

Early Morning Waders - 24x48 -SOLD

SOLD- Call the Gallery  239.283.6006

to commission a similar painting

Redfish Poker Time at the Reef Bar - 24x30 SOLD  commission one for your "man cave."

Three Amigos and the Supermoon- 24 x 30

Don't Drink Like a Fish Singles...

Linda moved to Florida from Lexington, Kentucky where she was an active member of the arts community, calligrapher, graphic designer, and owner of LK Artworks, an advertising and graphic design business.   An award-winning artist, she has created commissioned pieces for scores of clients, some as far away as Japan.    The “Don't Drink Like a Fish ™” series , continues to evolve with new situations, fish, patterns and themes. She has created well over 300 paintings in this series, and the “fish” are now living all over the World.

Artist Statement
"I love working in acrylics. The vivid colors one can achieve are inspirational! I do use a layered approach when painting, and most areas of my finished paintings have multiple layers of paint. Many of my new works are mixed media with altered papers and gels. Look for wacky perspectives and riots of color in my works."   “I love the free feeling of creating art, and will always lean toward the whimsical, funky style and subject matter that make people feel happy and smile. If I can transport the viewer to a happy world for a few minutes, then I have achieved my goals. I like to think of my paintings as a run through the water sprinkler on a hot summer's day. I believe that the desire to surround oneself with happy art is universal.”

Linda lives in Palm Harbor, Florida. In addition to the funky fish paintings, she has created a realistic Coral Reef Series, and paints large format abstracts, landscapes and mixed media florals
​by commission.