Linda Elksnin's inspiration comes from textiles, outsider artists, and mainstream artists such as Mark Rothko, Romare Bearden, and Marc Chagall. She enjoys incorporating symbols, shapes, and subject matter from a variety of cultures, including those of the American South, Appalachia, and Haiti, as well as the aboriginal people of Panama and Australia. Whether abstract or loosely based on reality, the common thread of all her work is color and graphically pleasing design. She is a member of the Charleston Artist Collective.
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If necessary, oil and acrylic paintings can be cleaned with a damp cloth or by a professional art conserver. Works under glass can be cleaned using a glass cleaner, but avoid harsh chemicals when cleaning works under plexi to prevent surface damage.