Linda Weil

Linda Weil is a professional artist with over 30 years experience in fine drawing and illustration. Beginning with a career as an artist/illustrator for a variety of top Australian national magazines, she now exhibits her work in a diverse number of galleries and exhibitions throughout Australia.

Her engaging and detailed drawings have won numerous awards; previous Australian Geographic art calendars have featured a selection of Weil's award-winning drawings. She has authored and illustrated How to Draw Lifelike Animals and co-authored The Art of Drawing Animals for the international art publisher, Walter Foster. 

More recently, as Weil explored presenting her work in solo exhibitions, she has branched out in her art practice. Now, the world is a clockwork construct as seen through the eye of Linda Weil’s drawings.

Using the simplest and most common drawing implement, the graphite pencil, her freehand yet exacting and precise drawings explore natural and everyday objects often with a mechanical bent. A rich, expressive and exhaustive medium, Weil uses the humble graphite pencil (with touches of colour here and there) to explore a vast range of effects in her works. Needle sharp contour lines to soft velvety depths of shading allow her to travel the boundaries between realism and fantasy, creating her own special mechanistic reality.


RMIT Diploma of Art in Graphic Arts

Classes by Linda Weil
21-T3-03-WEIL Drawing Felines
Linda Weil
Monday evening - 10 week term
12 Jul 2021 - 13 Sep 2021
4:00 pm - 6:30 pm
From Big Cats to House Cats and every cat in between that is our subject this term.
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Works by Linda Weil

Linda Weil
56cm (W) x 50cm (H) x 2cm (D)
Graphite and Colour Pencil
$ 1,400.00
Linda Weil
50cm (W) x 56cm (H) x 3cm (D)
Graphite Pencil
$ 1,200.00
Linda Weil
56cm (W) x 50cm (H) x 2cm (D)
Graphite and Colour Pencil
$ 1,400.00
Duck Fight
Linda Weil
56cm (W) x 50cm (H) x 30cm (D)
Graphite and Color Pencil

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