Welcome to the "Strength" Room of the 

"20/20 Envisioning" 
Seeing Shine & Shadow
On-Line Art Exhibit!! 

Here you will find the fine art works of Featured Artist 

Linda King

Please come in and browse the wonderful artwork created and presented by Linda for this exhibit! 
All work in this exhibit is original, of Gallery quality, and ready for hanging!

  • Scroll across the thumbnail images below with your mouse or click on a thumbnail image to see the Title of the Work, Medium and Size, and Cost of the piece.

  • Clicking on an image will also enlarge it!

  • For the full exhibit experience, click on the very first picture below then leisurely scroll through enlarged images of the entire exhibit!​​

Interested in purchasing a piece or just have a question or comment about any of the artwork here, or our website in general? We invite you to drop us a note by filling out and submitting the Contact Form to the right or HERE. We look forward to hearing from you! 

  • If you see something you like and are interested in purchasing one or more pieces we invite you to complete the Contact Form at the bottom of the page or click HERE.  

  • To see even more of Linda's artwork, click on a specific thumbnail image to enlarge it, then click on the link symbol on the bottom right corner of the image, to be transferred to Linda's individual Member page where you will find more of her work.

Please Enjoy and Come Back Again!​


Featured artist Linda King, from North Kingston, RI, specializes in mixed media.  Ms. King enjoys capturing the power of the sea crashing against the rocky coastline and is intrigued by its ever changing coloration and textures created by the weather patterns commonly seen in New England.  She has experience working with different media, but enjoys working in acrylics and collage.  Her work focuses on texture and dimension through her use of paper and mixed media to create depth and movement.  “I love the texture and dimension that different papers add to the composition, combining the fluidity of wet on wet acrylic paint to create movement, and the textures of torn paper to bring solidity.”  She finds inspiration for compositions by focusing on the abstract forms of everyday scenes and subjects in nature.  She enjoys painting on nautical charts of local harbors as well as her personal favorite, high surface illustration board.

 King attributes her success to other local New England artists she has worked alongside over the years as well as her mentor Barbara Besson Delannoy.  Ms. King has received many awards for her collage seascapes and abstracts. Her work is in private and corporate collections throughout New England as well as New York, North Carolina and Virginia.​