Linda Theobald Art
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Pen and ink with watercolor art of Southern states, towns and colleges. Limited edition prints are signed, numbered and custom matted. Prices from $30 - $49.50.
Sizes: 10”x20” and 16”x20”. Available at www.scenesofthesouth.com. ABOUT THE ARTIST AND HER ART
Linda Theobald grew up in the beautiful small coastal town of Pass Christian, Mississippi, and graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with a degree in art. She began her career as an illustrator for the U.S. government, which led to a Department of Defense assignment in Germany and later
DOUBLE DECKER next weekend on the Square in Oxford, MS!!! It’s Saturday, April 23 from 9 am - 5 pm. My booth is on the Square right in front of Nielsen’s Department Store. I’ll have lots of college artwork just in time for those graduation gifts 👨🏻🎓👩🎓.
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The annual Spring Arts Festival in Ocean Springs is this weekend🌷🌷🌷 Art, flowers, plants, music and a beautiful weather forecast. My booth is #407 & 408 on Washington Avenue. Hope to see you there ☀️
This weekend is the wonderful Fairhope Arts and Crafts Festival! I am so excited to be exhibiting after missing the last two years. My booth number is 6602 at the main intersection of Fairhope Avenue and Section Street. The show is Friday through Sunday in beautiful downtown Fairhope. Hope to see you there 🌷
MERRY CHRISTMAS! Wishing you all blessed Christmas and a happy and healthy New Year!
FALL is in the air! And so is college 🏈 My new series of College Game Day fun has Ole Miss and the Grove, Mississippi State and the Junction, USM and the Rock, LSU, Bama, and Auburn. All are available at www.scenesofthesouth.com
GOD BLESS LOUISIANA
Beautiful Southern Beaches!
Summer is almost over! Still time to enjoy our beautiful beache. I have many beach prints to remember summer fun. Orange Beach, Gulf Shores, Pensacola, Destin, Fort Walton, Watercolor, Seaside, Florida Emerald Coast, Mississippi Gulf Coast, Alabama Gulf Coast and 30A are available at www.scenesofthesouth.com and prices are $35 -$39.50
Blessed Easter everyone and Happy Bunny🐇🌷🐣🐥
Springtime in the South and life returns! Let’s enjoy our beautiful world and celebrate.
Celebrate the spirit of Mardi Gras! This print is a lesson in how to “speak Mardi Gras”, and portrays all the fun and traditions. Matted in Mardi Gras purple, green and gold, it measures 10”x20”. It’s available for purchase on my website at www.scenesofthesouth.com for $35. (A nice gift for the royal court, with space to add names, too)
Peter Anderson Arts & Crafts Festival in Ocean Springs this weekend! Please come visit my booth #503 & 504 on Washington Avenue. The weather is supposed to be beautiful and safety precautions will be in effect. Hope to see y’all there on Saturday and Sunday from 9 am until 5 p.m.
Ocean Springs Harbor B. K. - this is such a perfect little harbor!Shearwater Pottery and the Anderson compound are on the other side of the harbor. Back in the 1970’s, a friend took me there and I actually had the opportunity to walk through Walter Anderson’s house. That was long before there was the museum and his linoleum printing blocks, sculptures, furniture and murals were sitting around the rooms, out on the porch and there were even some laying in the yard! The next time I saw that artwork was a few years ago in Washington at an exhibit of his work at the Smithsonian Museum!
In my print, I’ve included Walter Anderson rowing out to Horn Island to paint.
Biloxi Point B.K. - this print focused on the Point B.C. (Before Casinos 🙂). There was Church of the Redeemer and it’s rectory, along with the old Tivoli hotel. On Back Bay, there’s the Old Brick House, the Back Bay bridge and Gollott’s seafood and Weem’s. Approaching the old Ocean Springs bridge, there was the Tullis Toledano house, St. Michael’s Catholic Church, and the Seafood Museum with the Golden Fisherman statue casting his net.
Biloxi B.K. -“Down Around Biloxi” was one of my first prints and has major historical landmarks that were lost: the Father Ryan House and its palm tree growing up through the front steps; the Dantzler House behind the lighthouse; Magnolia Hotel; the Library; a shoofly surrounded a large oak tree; the Bielmeier House; Church of the Redeemer; Tullis Toledano Manor surrounded by beautiful oak trees draped in thick Spanish moss.
There’s the annual Blessing of the Fleet and a fisherman casting his net for Biloxi Bacon. The centerpiece is a medallion made up of Biloxi favorites like Barq’s. This print has been sold out since 2006, but I’m printing a limited special edition to mark the 15th anniversary of Katrina.
Gulfport B.K. - Katrina made so many changes to the city, but some places did survive: the port and harbor, Mississippi Power Company, Hancock Bank, Grasslawn and Vrazel’s Restaurant. Gone is the boat that was brought ashore by Hurricane Camille which later became a gift shop. The White Cap Restaurant did come back in a new Hwy 90 location. I included the Purple Lantern gift shop that so many of us still remember and I did their artwork for a time. The Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo, Marine Life, Gulfport Yacht Club and the Ship Island excursion boat are all fun memories! This print sold out, but I am doing a limited special edition of 50 prints to mark the 15th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
Long Beach B.K. - There were some really cute boutiques and delicious restaurants. Back then there was Bud’s Boutique, Fabian’s beach shop, and my fav restaurants were Chimney’s and Chappy’s which later became Barnaby’s (all we’re so good!) First Baptist Church was right off Jeff Davis, and St. Thomas was on the beach with Father Louie’s rectory next door and the Catholic school right behind the church. USM Gulf Park, the Friendship Oak and the harbor are still beautiful landmarks. I had family in Long Beach, too. That’s my Uncle Al in the boat catching fish.
Pass Christian Before Hurricane Camille Aug. 17, 1969 - this is the Pass that I grew up in. That’s me and my mother walking to the Kozy Shop across from St. Paul’s, and my teachers are going to the church. My dad’s red truck is rumbling down Second St. Summertime was going to the beach to swim and go crabbing off the pier, checking out library books from the Librarian Ms Knost, going to the movies at the Avalon, riding bikes through town, hanging out at the Humdinger eating Fritos with chili, and dancing at the Yacht Club and VFW. Everyone knew everybody and it was a wonderful time to grow up in the Pass!
Pass Christian B.K. - my sweet little hometown! Took many strolls down this street. St. Paul’s Catholic Church was rebuilt in a modern style to be hurricane resistant. The statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe was done by Harry Reeks, the Gulf Coast sculptor who also did the Golden Fisherman statue in Biloxi.
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