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Linda Lopen

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Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Size: 30"×40"
Year: 2014

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I am originally from St. Petersburg, Florida and moved to Houston in 2000. I have been coming to Celebration Company for almost a year now, and I really enjoy coming to see all my coworkers. My hobbies include singing, listening to music, and reading. My heroine is Queen Esther because she was a great advocate for the Jewish people—I really admire her. The book I am currently reading is called “Pillars of the Earth.” I think it could influence some of my paintings when I think of the architecture of the Cathedrals depicted in the book. I love painting because for me, it’s very relaxing and puts my mind at ease. I love the color pink because it’s a delicate and feminine color, and blue makes me think of Judaism.

Linda (1951-2015): Linda will be remembered for her sharp mind, her love of Judaism, and her eagerness to share her knowledge with all.
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Smiling older woman with red hair and glasses, wearing a blue sweater with flowers on it.

Meet The Artist

I am originally from St. Petersburg, Florida and moved to Houston in 2000. I have been coming to Celebration Company for almost a year now, and I really enjoy coming to see all my coworkers. My hobbies include singing, listening to music, and reading. My heroine is Queen Esther because she was a great advocate for the Jewish people—I really admire her. The book I am currently reading is called “Pillars of the Earth.” I think it could influence some of my paintings when I think of the architecture of the Cathedrals depicted in the book. I love painting because for me, it’s very relaxing and puts my mind at ease. I love the color pink because it’s a delicate and feminine color, and blue makes me think of Judaism.

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Linda Lopen (1952 - 2015): Linda will be remembered for her sharp mind, her love of Judaism, and her eagerness to share her knowledge with all. While Linda has passed on, her Art lives on.