Project a golf photo onto a canvas, paint over it and you're a Rembrandt according to the paper of record. Yikes.
This is beautiful:
"There is a sense in Linda's work that God is in the landscape," said Jay Williams, curator of the Morris Museum of Art in Augusta, Ga. "If you look at a lot of the paintings, she often uses raking light — she places the light source at an angle. The play of the shadows on the landscape tells the eye a lot about the complexity of the surface. She accentuates the kinesthetic aspect of the terrain, which allows you to read her paintings in a very physical way."