Linda Edwards illustration
I make wonderfully vibrant and uplifting artwork that offers people an escape from their everyday grind. Exploring new styles of creative illustration, I add digital techniques while still keeping a passionate involvement with paint, drawing and, most of all, colour. I live in a beautiful old town in Shropshire in England.
This website shows a selection of my work and current licensing. I hope you enjoy your visit. If you need more information do not hesitate to get in touch. If you're interested in commissioning designs or licensing images for your products and would like to see my complete online portfolio please contact me.
Want to get to the heart of an English country town? Here's your chance. Look no further than My Tonight From Shrewsbury
It was such a pleasure recently to have a chat with Pauline Fisk, a fantastic writer who lives in my home town. Pauline is celebrating our town in the heart of England by writing a new blog all about the town and the people who live here. Have a look at her warm informative blog and see the post about her visit to my studio HERE
Winners of the prize draw at the winter open studio event: Catherine and Erin Tuer, who cose a Noah's Ark print for three year old Erin's room.
Thank you to everyone who made winter Open Studios in December - such a great day! We had a ball and were thrilled to see so many old friends and some new ones too.
Life can be so sweet....on the sunny side of the street!
Art and artifacts that celebrate where we live.
A growing collection of artprints, mugs and curios loving our own local towns and all made in Britain.
Lots of my cards are now available to buy directly from the shiny new Clare Maddicott website. Check it out here!
The Paradise Garden and teapot collections from Goebel are now sadly no longer in production. This means that figurines and teapots are only available from shops that might have some existing stock or from places like ebay. Or try Amazon.de. Collectors may like to contact kaennchentalk, a blog based in Berlin, to talk to others who also love them.