The Provident Bank’s Lobby for the Arts program is pleased to present the work of Linda Feinberg. The exhibit will be on display to the public during regular bank hours at The Provident Bank’s Bedford location at 115 South River Road, Bedford, NH, through December 2016. 

The public is invited to an Artist’s Reception featuring Linda on Thursday, November 3, 2016 from 5:30 – 7:00pm at our 115 South River Road, Bedford, NH office. Light refreshments will be served. 

About the Artist

I began the study of art later in life while running my own home-based business (Z-Best Bookkeeping) in Manchester, NH. I had been writing for many years by that time (many poems and articles published). My children were grown, and I was looking for another creative challenge. My husband encouraged me to take art classes and try something new.

As a poet I create images and emotions with words. As an artist, I try to connect with the essence of the image aesthetically and spiritually. I work in acrylics, water mixable oils, pen and ink, colored pencil, watercolor and oil pastel. Locally I have taken classes with wonderful teachers. I am inspired by hiking and cycling in our beautiful state of New Hampshire, as well as by the verses and images from our Ta’nach (Old Testament, Torah, Prophets, Writings) and liturgy.

I sold my bookkeeping business in April of 2011 and I am continuing my art studies. I am actively working with both oil and acrylic paints now. I focus on landscapes, flowers and occasionally animals. I also do commissioned paintings from your photos. I am thoroughly enjoying my retirement. I spent 8 weeks in Israel during the winter of 2012, traveling and volunteering, then another 4 weeks in the winter of 2016. In 2013 I traveled to Costa Rica and took another trip to Utah and its magnificent national parks. In 2014 I traveled out west to Yellowstone Park, the Grand Tetons, Utah and Idaho. You can see my artwork from these places in the galleries on my website. 

I’ve continued with my writing as well, putting up new art, photos and poems on my blog: Since my poetry books are currently out of print, I decided to make them available as e-books instead. I have an author page on

You may also visit my website for additional information: 

The Provident Bank’s Lobby for the Arts Program, celebrating its 19th year, is an ongoing series of local art exhibits displayed at all The Provident Bank branch lobbies. It receives no commission for artwork sold, and pays all expenses associated with the exhibit. The Provident Bank has been recognized for its commitment to building a creative community with a 2012 New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts (NHBCA) Business in the Arts Award for the Lobby for the Arts program as well as for its support of local artists and cultural organizations throughout the Seacoast New Hampshire region. For more information about Linda’s reception, please contact Bryan Lee at (603) 488-6436.