Artist Linda Mullola

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Self -taught artist Linda Mullola was born and raised in Sudbury, Ontario. As a child of a painter, she was introduced to painting at an early age. This introduction has become a life-long passion which she continues to pursue and develop full-time from her studio on Long Lake in Sudbury. 
As an active member of the Sudbury Art Community, Mullola has participated in many solo and group shows in Northern Ontario. In April 2016 she held a solo show "Close to Home", at the Northern Artists Gallery at Artists on Elgin in Sudbury. Mullola's paintings have also been exhibited at The La Cloche Juried Art Show since 2000, The Sudbury Studio Tour, The Sudbury Art Gallery Local Arts Program and Artists on Elgin in Sudbury. In 2019 she was honoured to win the Ivan Wheale Award for her painting "Winter Storm on Long Lake", at The La Cloche Juried Art Show in Whitefish Falls.
The ever-changing seasons of beautiful Northern Ontario have been the primary focus of Mullola's paintings. Long Lake in Sudbury  has been the subject of many of her paintings, as well as Manitoulin Island, Bridal Veil Falls in Kagawong and the Cup & Saucer Trail in Sheguiandah. She has also painted several paintings of scenic Onaping Falls.
Through workshops with many local and international artists throughout the years Mullola has developed a recognized realistic style and a passion for painting with acrylics. In 2009 she attended a week long painting course in Venice, Florida with world-renowned artist John Seerey-Lester. Watching this master painter at work was an honour and a privilege and very inspirational.
Mullola's artwork can be found in private collections across Canada, in USA and the United Kingdom. Her work has sold through The La Cloche Juried Art Show in Whitefish Falls and The Northern Artists Gallery in Sudbury and [...]

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