1 As the artist of your own story, when your burden becomes too much to carry, lift your arms like branches upward from your trunk and open your hands toward the sky. Reach for the listening heavens. — Linda Frimer
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“Linda’s vision transcends and transports us to a place of awe. Her images are a vision of what our healing planet could be…”

— George Littlechild, Indigenous Artist

“As the artist of your own story, when your burden becomes too much to carry, lift your arms like branches upward from your trunk and open your hands toward the sky. Reach for the listening heavens.”

— Linda Frimer

Linda
Dayan Frimer

Linda is an internationally recognized artist whose work addresses questions of culture, memory, trauma and reverence for the natural environment

Determined to champion and protect the sanctity of all life forms, Frimer turns to the creation of art as her natural medium of expression.

“The works of nature are an expression of wisdom. The beauty of the earth calls out for purity of heart. The challenge of today’s world calls out for courage. Linda’s response to the call of these voices is passionately expressed through her art.”

— Valerie Pusey, Director, Northern Passage Gallery

Featured
Works

First Light

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Featured Work

Flowering White Forest

Technically white is the absence of colour, as you cannot mix any colours to create it. Yet substances like ground chalk and bone, and chemicals like titanium and zinc, are often used by artists to evoke it.

We see this off-white in the world around us in pussy willows, snow geese and snow, because these reflect and scatter nearly all the visible wavelengths of light that shine upon them.

Featured Work

Sefirot Series

In Kabbalah, the sefirot, meaning “emanations” or “attributes,” represent not only the unimaginable origins of the universe, but also the imaginable presence of humankind within it.

By physically manifesting within the image of a tree or on a human body as ten coloured circles that branch together, these attributes stand for individual aspects of our divine (and yet human) nature that together create a spiritual pathway toward balancing, healing and unifying existence.

“After reading Luminous, we see our whole world explode into exciting new dimensions of vibrant colour.”

—Dr. Roslyn Kunin, columnist editor of Prospering Together

Luminous

The new book by
Linda Dayan Frimer

“Luminous takes us behind her colourful and gracious paintings, offering glimpses into how they came to be and how we might create similarly bold works.”

Rabbi Dr. Avi Rose,
Arts educator and writer