Studio Rimonim–what’s in the name?
Rimonim/Pomegranates are my visual symbol for life’s journey. A Rimon is a harmonious circle with hints of angles to express individuality. Dramatic, vibrant colors inside and out add beauty and warmth.
- Lynda Leah Laker made Aliyah from Toronto, Canada in 2007 to Modi’in Israel where she now lives and paints.
- (Lynda) Leah paints abstract, floral, landscape and still life paintings, in watercolours and acrylics.
- Leah says, “Transform boring into beautiful with my colorful paintings”.
- Do you need to brighten up a space, create a feeling of harmony and vitality? You have come to the right place.
- Leah loves the effects of beautiful layers of transparent watercolors and is developing her expertise in negative painting.
- Leah enjoys sharing her joy of watercolour painting in workshops and special events.
As a bonus:
Leah’s artist’s blog, on Studio Rimonim, “Behind My Easel” gives a glimpse into the creative side of her paintings and often weaves a story of life in Israel; something of the history, culture and often favorite places to visit in. You can view the paintings of Studio Rimonim by visiting the gallery section.
Lynda Leah Laker began her art training at Ridgemont High School in Ottawa where she first studied drawing and painting. She further developed her skills in watercolor and acrylic painting. She was a member of both the Willowdale Group of Artists and the Toronto Watercolour Society where she exhibited her paintings in juried shows. She is very grateful for being a dual Canadian/Israeli and brings the perspective of both to her art and colorful paintings.