KELLY LINDEL

Kelly Lingel was born and raised in southern California. From an early age, her mother exposed her to great artwork, and encouraged her daughter’s creativity. Kelly is passionate about color and always knew she wanted to be an artist. She has worked as an art teacher and Arts Director in the United States, Spain, and Japan, where she was exposed to different artists, artwork, and styles of aesthetics. Kelly is a representational artist who paints in oil in both plein air and the studio.  For her, painting is a form of meditation, both challenging and deeply fulfilling. She strives to capture the essence, feeling, or “soul” of the subject matter she is painting.  This makes her especially popular for commission work.  Kelly has privately exhibited at the Long Beach Museum of Art, and has been featured in numerous juried art shows.  She has also worked in collaboration with the Los Angeles Music Center to provide Arts Education to students throughout Los Angeles County.  She is a member of the American Impressionist Society, Oil Painters of America, California Art Club, and Southern California Plein Air Painters of America. 

I am represented at the Quorum Gallery in Laguna Beach (374 N. Coast Hwy., Laguna Beach).
My website is:  www.kellylingel-crowder.com
I can be contacted through e-mail:  [email protected]

Heaven Sent
24 x 36”
Original Oil
$3500


After a morning of reciting prayers in the temple, these young monks go to the temple yard and blow bubbles to carry their prayers to heaven.
Summer Sunset
24 x 24”
Original Oil
$1500

This painting was painted on site, “en plein air.”  The sky was magnificent with color, and the lighting made everything glow from within.  It was  truly magical to paint-a very spiritual experience!
Riches From the Garden
16 x 20″
Original Oil

I love to garden, and painting still lifes of flowers I have picked from my garden is an added bonus!  In this way,  I am able to combine my two passions of gardening and painting.  In this painting, I wanted to capture the “chi” and rhythm of the flowers.

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