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Linda Ruiz-Lozito

Richmond, CA

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The primal urge to create art has been a constant thread in my life. I have continued to create art throughout my life, even with other demands such as my children and family.
I like my work have a feeling of playful enthusiasm. The life force in nature is inspiring. In my art I wish to convey my appreciation for the beauty and the energy found in nature. The element of color has been my focus in the creation of my art. Color has energy, emotion and creates a mood.
My favorite mediums are Soft Pastels and Oil Colors. I love the immediacy of the pastels. I love oils, the buttery consistency and intense unlimited colors.

BACKGROUND
For over 25 years I have also worked as a graphic artist. This background gives me the knowledge to make high resolution scans and color correct my own artwork to produce quality prints. I use professional equipment and use industry standard software such as Adobe Photoshop.
My graphic design website is: http://WildcatArts.com

 

VOTE by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

Alvarado Park by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

Tahoe Flume Trail by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

Alvarado Wildcat Canyon by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

Calla Lily by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

Kensington Blue View by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

Cow Pasture Wildcat Canyon by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

Blake Gardens by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

Hydrangea for Valentine 2011 by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

Cactus in Planters by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

Rhododendron by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

Hawaiian Plant by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

View of San Francisco Bay by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

Tahoe Ridge by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

Parrots Ferry Road by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

China Camp Marin by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

Musical Cherries by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

Wine County in Napa by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

Sutter Hill by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

Wildcat Grove by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

Yosemite Trees by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

Print by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

Amelia Earhart Portrait by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

Sally Ride PhD by Linda Ruiz-Lozito

 

Downtown Murphys by Linda Ruiz-Lozito