Linda McEwan is inspired by traditional and realist artists.
She appreciates simplicity and elegance in the work of others.
Her major influences have been the tutors and artists with whom she has had personal experience.
Her subjects include seascapes, landscapes, animals and portraits.


Born in Red Cliffs, in the heart of the Victorian Sunraysia district, Linda moved to Melbourne with her family in the sixties. She has always felt drawn to the beauty of country settings and the natural impact of the land. Linda has traveled twice to the outback and overseas in the company of fellow artists.

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Her formal training spans four decades:

  • 1964 Studied Graphic Art at RMIT – training in drawing and sketching
  • 1969 Married and moved to East Malvern raising her family of four children
  • 1975 – 81 Studied Woodwork, Caulfield Technical School custom furniture
  • 1983 – 85 Studied calligraphy and sign writing, developing new artistic skills
  • 1989 Returned to formal artistic training at the Malvern Artists’ Society
  • 1990 Studied watercolour with Richard Alsop and Joan Richard

Linda is an exhibiting member of Malvern Artists’ Society, Victorian Artists’ Society, Melbourne Society of Women Painters and Sculptors and Australian Guild of Realist Artists. Her work is represented in private collections in Australia and overseas. Corporate collections include the offices of B Stensholt ex MP for Burwood (Victoria) Kaytee Engineering, South Melbourne and Worrells Motors.

Contact Linda on 0419 872 475


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