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Lindholm

Jamie

5052

Artist ID:

Biography and Artistic Background


Jamie Lindholm is an American artist, writer, teacher, and mentor living near Boulder, Colorado. She is best known for her complex oil paintings that visually weave together people, places, and memories, culminating in conceptual work about our human entanglements.


Jamie graduated from Ashland University with a BSBA in Business Management and Marketing. She then progressed through art programs in the studios of David Zuccarini, Maryland Institute College of Art, Studio Incamminati, and The Art Students League of NY, where she studied with notable artists such as Everett Kinstler, David Leffel, Nelson Shanks, and Robert Neffson. She continued her studies with a Master of Fine Arts (with highest honors) from Regis University.


She has received recognition for her paintings from the Portrait Society of America, the Luxembourg Art Prize, American Women Artists, the Art Renewal Center, the Almenara Collection, and the Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club. Her work has been featured in "The Best of Drawing" by Artists Network & American Artist Magazine, International Artist Magazine, Design NJ, Somerset County Business, and several issues of Artists Magazine.


Lindholm's art has been exhibited throughout the United States in notable venues such as the Wausau Museum of Contemporary Art, the Rockwell Museum, the Salmagundi Club, the National Arts Club, the Brookgreen Gardens Museum, and the Customs House Museum. Her work is included in the permanent collections of the International Securities Exchange and Dancker, Sellew & Douglas, as well as in private collections in the United States, Switzerland, Australia, and Sweden.


Jamie enjoys mentoring other women artists as well as teaching students of all ages. She is currently teaching her unique workshop, "Creativity Released: A Journey to Your Unique Voice," which chronicles and leads attendees through specific explorations to analyze and uncover their individual creative expressions. She holds Signature Status with American Women Artists and is a long-time member of the Portrait Society of America, where she has volunteered as an Ambassador, a National Coordinator, and a Mentor. She actively participates in their conferences, offering Portfolio Critiques and introducing faculty in breakout sessions.

Biography and Artistic Background


Jamie Lindholm is an American artist, writer, teacher, and mentor living near Boulder, Colorado. She is best known for her complex oil paintings that visually weave together people, places, and memories, culminating in conceptual work about our human entanglements.


Jamie graduated from Ashland University with a BSBA in Business Management and Marketing. She then progressed through art programs in the studios of David Zuccarini, Maryland Institute College of Art, Studio Incamminati, and The Art Students League of NY, where she studied with notable artists such as Everett Kinstler, David Leffel, Nelson Shanks, and Robert Neffson. She continued her studies with a Master of Fine Arts (with highest honors) from Regis University.


She has received recognition for her paintings from the Portrait Society of America, the Luxembourg Art Prize, American Women Artists, the Art Renewal Center, the Almenara Collection, and the Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club. Her work has been featured in "The Best of Drawing" by Artists Network & American Artist Magazine, International Artist Magazine, Design NJ, Somerset County Business, and several issues of Artists Magazine.


Lindholm's art has been exhibited throughout the United States in notable venues such as the Wausau Museum of Contemporary Art, the Rockwell Museum, the Salmagundi Club, the National Arts Club, the Brookgreen Gardens Museum, and the Customs House Museum. Her work is included in the permanent collections of the International Securities Exchange and Dancker, Sellew & Douglas, as well as in private collections in the United States, Switzerland, Australia, and Sweden.


Jamie enjoys mentoring other women artists as well as teaching students of all ages. She is currently teaching her unique workshop, "Creativity Released: A Journey to Your Unique Voice," which chronicles and leads attendees through specific explorations to analyze and uncover their individual creative expressions. She holds Signature Status with American Women Artists and is a long-time member of the Portrait Society of America, where she has volunteered as an Ambassador, a National Coordinator, and a Mentor. She actively participates in their conferences, offering Portfolio Critiques and introducing faculty in breakout sessions.

Women in Art

The Interconnectedness of Energy and Optimism

1239

Art ID

2023

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46 x 46 cm

Oil on linen panel

9000

$

Jamie

Lindholm

Women in Art

The Interconnectedness of Life and Environment

1240

Art ID

2021

|

46 x 46 cm

Oil on linen panel

9000

$

Jamie

Lindholm

Women in Art

The Interconnectedness of Geography and Viewpoint

1241

Art ID

2020

|

46 x 46 cm

Oil on linen panel

9000

$

Jamie

Lindholm

Women in Art

A Mamadou's Aura

1242

Art ID

2022

|

46 x 46 cm

Oil on linen panel

7000

$

Jamie

Lindholm

Women in Art

The Interconnectedness of Perspectives

1243

Art ID

2021

|

99 x 46 cm

Oil on polyester canvas panel

11000

$

Jamie

Lindholm

Women in Art

The Interconnectedness of Sunshine and Smiles

1244

Art ID

2022

|

46 x 46 cm

Oil on linen panel

8000

$

Jamie

Lindholm

Women in Art

Liberty and Justice with Happiness Pursuing

1245

Art ID

2020

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122 x 91 cm

Oil on canvas

34000

$

Jamie

Lindholm

Women in Art

The Roots of Universal Optimism

1246

Art ID

2018

|

91 x 61 cm

Oil on canvas

16000

$

Jamie

Lindholm

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Artist Statement


For more than three decades, my approach to painting has been to represent a life in a portrait. I aim to convey not just the subject's likeness, but also their style, personality, surroundings, and energy. These elements are typically represented through pose, color, lighting, and objects included in the painting, which are characteristic of most representational portrait work. During my MFA studies, I explored a more conceptual process, which has completely changed my approach to painting. This transformation is evident in my current work.


I primarily paint in oils. My paintings represent the entanglements of places, subjects, memories, and metaphors, all existing simultaneously. A visual image of a landscape may be woven with the image of a subject and then translated onto the panel through multiple layers of paint. Visually, these elements are designed to intertwine, creating dimensions that appear to recede and emerge, unified by their energy. It is a quantum exploration.


I often envision myself standing, looking out a window at the snowy Rockies, while simultaneously recalling the warm sunshine and perfectly clear, black-blue water of the Baltic Sea. In that moment, I am present in both places, experiencing them equally. The air, sounds, and smells differ, yet all my senses are fully engaged. This quantum mixing of energies—their entanglement—is what my work seeks to capture: memories woven with experiences from the past, present, and future. The actions of one always affect and influence others in ways both seen and unseen.


My ongoing work in the studio varies from themes of the past to those of the future. In my work, timelines are not linear. I have long aspired to visually weave historically notable women with their personal and historical environments, portraying their contributions to the world. Simultaneously, I am fascinated by modern themes of quantum entanglement and our interaction with environments through all our senses. Whether the subjects are figures with oversized florals or animal life within scenic landscapes, all my work is completed with a signature use of richly harmonious colors that meaningfully express my observations and intuitions.

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