About Linda Ramsay Painter

Oils on board or canvas
Studios: High Bar Harbor, NJ (summer) & LBIF, Loveladies, NJ (Winter)

Artist Statement

My work is inspired by the natural environment as well as objects I find interesting to paint. I am drawn to painting landscapes and seascapes; both from photographs and plein air. I work in an impressionistic style; with visible brush strokes. The influence of light, gradation of colors, shadows and reflections on both water, land and objects influence my paintings. Local landmarks or icons of a community are also a recurring theme, along with vintage beach bikes. 

I seek to infuse my work with visual energy to elicit a mood or memory for the viewer.


Philadelphia College of Art
Rutgers University- BA / major in graphic design, minor in painting 1980
Study Abroad – 1979
1990-present/ Owner  Willow Graphics 

Permanent Public Collections

2007 Veterans Clinic, Sewell, NJ
2009 & 2010 AtlantiCare Cancer Center, Egg Harbor Twp., NJ
2011 SJ Care, Frank & Edith Scarpa Cancer Pavilion, Vineland, NJ
2011 AtlantiCare Emergency facility, Hammonton, NJ
2012 AtlantiCare Child & Adolescent Care Facility, Egg Harbor Twp, NJ
2013 AtlantiCare Cape May Court House Facility
2013 Cooper Hospital Cancer Center, Camden, NJ
2013 AtlantiCare Gala 2013, Borgata Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City, NJ – Image of original painting used exclusively for the marketing & advertising of event, along with purchase of painting.
2014 Permanent Collection,  Rowan University at Gloucester County College, Sewell, NJ

 2015                    AtlantiCare, Mainland Campus, Pomona, NJ

2017                     AtlantiCare, Manahawkin, NJ   

Her work hangs in private collections throughout the United States, England & Bristish Columbia..


  • Member of Pine Shores Art Association,  Workshop Instructor, Manahawkin, NJ
  • Member of Cape May Art League, Cape May, NJ
  • Board of Trustees, LBI Arts Coouncil (2016-2017)
  • Member Long Beach Island Foundationo of Arts & Sciences, Loveladies, NJ


2008 Third Place Tuckerton Seaport Museum Show, "Come See, Come Sea" March
2008 Second Place — Tuckerton Seaport Paint off — April 19th