MidModMen+friends featured new works by Twin Cities artist Linda Ricklefs Baudry as part of its “Future Heirlooms” series.
The collection of four originals in pastels and charcoal are inspired by the artist’s ongoing relationship with nature, as well as her heightened interest in mid-century modern design and architecture.
Artist’s philosophy: I make my mark, using color as emotion, creating a space that invites contemplation. Exploring the richness of color and playing with the vibrancy of life, I search beyond what the eye sees to find the inner celebration. The lens focus tightens and blurs along the way, images overlapping – the old patterns shift to the unforeseen.
Baudry recently is juried as an associate member of the Pastel Society of America and is a member of Women’s Art Resources of Minnesota (WARM). Her works have been featured in a numerous local and regional galleries and arts events, including the Dow Art Gallery in St. Paul, Kah-Nee-Tah Gallery in Lutsen, MN, Lanesboro Arts Center in Lanesboro, MN, and Art-A-Whirl in Minneapolis.