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Spirit Horses

Spirit Horses
Painting (H 52in x W 72in)
Tamarind

Tamarind
Painting (H 46in x W 64in)
Tres Leches

Tres Leches
Painting (H 24in x W 24in)

Snow Meadow - Cheyenne

Snow Meadow - Cheyenne
Painting (H 72in x W 52in)
Sierra Blanca-Sioux

Sierra Blanca-Sioux
Painting (H 72in x W 52in)
Moonfleet

Moonfleet
Painting (H 52in x W 72in)

Abiquiu Ponies

Abiquiu Ponies
Painting (H 52in x W 72in)
Tango in Red

Tango in Red
Painting (H 52in x W 56in)
Dazzle

Dazzle
Painting (H 52in x W 72in)

Rainbow

Rainbow
Painting (H 52in x W 72in)
Fancy Horse

Fancy Horse
Painting (H 36in x W 31in)
Sonrisa

Sonrisa
Painting (H 32in x W 30in)

Indigo

Indigo
Painting (H 30in x W 36in)
Amaretto

Amaretto
Painting (H 30in x W 24in)
Spring (Andalusian)

Spring (Andalusian)
Painting (H 40in x W 30in)

French Blue

French Blue
Painting (H 44in x W 32in)
Cracker Jack

Cracker Jack
Painting (H 30in x W 40in)
Heavy Shield Blackfoot

Heavy Shield Blackfoot
Painting (H 36in x W 36in)

Weasel Tail Blackfoot

Weasel Tail Blackfoot
Painting (H 40in x W 30in)
Red Zinger

Red Zinger
Painting (H 44in x W 64in)
Piegan Blackfoot

Piegan Blackfoot
Painting (H 30in x W 24in)

Paso Robles

Paso Robles
Painting (H 48in x W 64in)
Gelato

Gelato
Painting (H 44in x W 68in)
Noir

Noir
Painting (H 32in x W 24in)

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Artist Biography

Ethelinda was born in Hawaii to an artistic family. Her mother, also an artist, studied with Nicolai Fechin and influenced Ethelinda’s love of painting. Ethelinda says, “I have always painted, first sketching the characters of the books my grandmother read to me as a child.”

Ethelinda studied art and English literature in college and went on to learn French in Switzerland. She traveled extensively, spending time in New York before settling in New Mexico. Ethelinda says, “Perhaps this is why my artwork is so diverse. I paint what is around me - right now, in New Mexico, it is horses. The most important aspect to me is to see subject matter and paint them in a manner in which they are not painted elsewhere.”

Charlotte Berny in Focus/Santa Fe writes, “Ethelinda’s vision transforms her subjects. She begins with things that are real – horses, Indians, fruits, flower – and then through some alchemy, recreates them as grander versions of themselves.”

Ethelinda’s work is shown at the Booth Museum in Atlanta, Georgia andt the Nelson Museum in Cheyenne, Wyoming.




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