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Linda Jamieson - WOLFE WALKER

 ‘Although my paintings are described as landscapes, that is not the subject of the work. The subject is myself and my investigation into my experience of the world and what that world is.


I use landscape as a stage set with it’s props of plant life, water, weather and topical features as a portal into a space where I can explore technical problems within the limits of two dimensional space.


There is no fixed point of departure and I remain open to sudden changes of direction. I aim to create emotionally charged places that have fragments of memory embedded in them. These ‘memories’ may not be personal but borrowed.


I like torn postcards, film stills, scraps of fabric, partially recalled dreams.

The place I arrive at has no past or future, just one moment in time when I recognise a part of myself.’



LJ - Overview



Linda Jamieson is an artist living and working on the Norfolk coast. She studied at Central St Martins and worked for some years as a textile designer before returning to painting.

She is, in using the genre of landscape painting as a recognisable portal into a space for exploring technical and emotional issues arising from the practice itself.

She works with a variety of media including oil and acrylic.


Born in Norfolk 1957
Educated in UK, France and Switzerland 
Attended Central/St Martins 1974-1978
1978-2000 Textile designer 

2011 solo exhibition Langton Street Gallery London 
2013 solo exhibition Studio 657, London 
2015 solo exhibition Birdie Fortescue, Norfolk 
2016 group exhibition Cley Festival 
2018 group exhibition Creake Abbey, Norfolk 
2017-2020 group exhibition Contemporary and Country, Houghton Hall, Norfolk 
2021 group exhibition, Forces of Nature, Glyndebourne
2021 solo exhibition | Wolfe Walker, ‘Welcome to My World’, The Columbia, London

2022 group exhibition | Wolfe Walker, ‘Don’t Look At Me Like That’, The Columbia, London

2023 group exhibition | Wolfe Walker ‘Summer Show’, The Columbia, London 

2023 group exhibition | Wolfe Walker, ‘Nothing Else Matters’, The Columbia, London 

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