About the Artist
Welcome to the L.A. CLINE Garden of Eden Flowers page where you can see some of the beautiful Archival Digital Art Collectibles from the artist’s Floral and Wildlife Collections.
Now over 40 years the passion of floral pastel painting goes on.
In addition to L.A. CLINE Garden of Eden Flowers the artist paints custom commissioned portraits clients’ homes and offices, with works that are on permanent display, which include portraits within the Lawson E. Thomas Courthouse Center in Miami, Florida; Florida International University in North Miami, Florida; Florida’s Third District Court of Appeal in Miami, Florida and the Sidney M. Aronovitz United States Courthouse in Key West, Florida.
This page shows the Floral Collection of framed wall art created by L.A. CLINE started about 15 years ago. The Artist is know for the Archival Re-creations that match the original pastel paintings. These are some of the floral artwork the Artist has created.
L.A. CLINE sets an exciting standard for eclectic diversity within the artists portfolio. This is only one section of the artist’s art galleries. For more information go to the website www.laclinefineart.com
Two Fine Art Archival Digital Art of L.A. CLINE’s Original Memorial Portrait Paintings, The Honorable Judge Sidney M. Aronovitz and The Honorable Judge Lawson E. Thomas are in the Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC’s American Art and Portrait Gallery Library, in their “Living Artists File”. This file can be viewed by the public to learn about American Heroes and the artists that created their images. The “Living Artists File” also serves as a recommendation for future art commissions.
L.A. CLINE’s Sports Collection of Paintings has been featured on ABC’s South Florida Channel 10, displayed at South Florida’s Sun Life Football Stadium and at the BB&T Hockey Arena.
Over the years, L.A. CLINE has been featured in numerous art showings, magazines and galleries. The Artist is a long-time member of the Pastel Society of America in New York City.
In January 2014 L.A. CLINE was awarded the People’s Choice Award for the Art displayed at the 7th Annual Fine Art Show at the Lauderdale Yatch Club.
From August to October 2014, L.A. CLINE had the privilege of a solo Artist showing featuring a Collection of Archival Re-creations the Artist hand painted with layers of medium, at Neiman -Marcus, Fort Lauderdale.
L.A. CLINE exhibited unique and hand painted Archival Re-creations show at the Agora Gallery in New York City.
The Artist is featured in the November 2015 issue of ArtisSpectrum Magazine, presenting the new painting, “Romancing the Rose” http://www.artisspectrum.com/magazine/34/#56. L.A. CLINE will also be in VENU Magazine for November. This magazine comes out four times a year. The artist’s work are will be in the Art and Objects section and the exhibit mentioned in the Gallery Section.
The new website, www.LACLINEfineart.com, serves as an in-depth portfolio of the many facets of the Artist’s work that includes: Corporate, Family, Florals, Landscapes, Pets, Wildlife, Entertainment, Sports Pastel Paintings and her incredible Art Collectibles. Since each orgiainl pastel painting takes between 4 to 8 months to create. L.A. CLINE has been working on digitally scanning the original to create Archival Digital Art. From this Digital palette L.A. hand paints layers of pastel or multi media to create Art Collectibles that become their own original works of art. Visit the Art Store at www.laclinefineart.com. These Art Collectable paintings are of the highest quality Archival surfaces and framed with solid wooden frames and glassed if necessary.
In addition to the other collections, the Artist has devoted the last fifteen years to creating a Nature Collection of Flowers that bring their beauty close up and personal. Selling on-line and with personal appointments.
2018 Setting up a new studio in Boca Raton. Exhibited a one man show and opening party at Nestler Poletto Sotheby’s International Realty. The art was up for two months.
L.A. CLINE’s Pastel Paintings are the result of a multi-layered process. The artist starts with a pencil sketch to scale that is the blue print for the painting. Then carefully the Artist starts building the many layers 25 or so of colors and tone while ensuring the clarity of each line and shape. The finished Pastel Painting is then the source of the artist’s Digitial Archival Art Collectables that are hand painted with layers of same pastel colors used on the originals. Each Collectable has its own unique personality, appearance, museum quality and custom wooden frame.
Presently L.A. CLINE is showing at the Boca Raton Museum Artists Guild, 2910 N. Federal Highway, Boca Raton, Florida 33431. L.A. CLINE is on the board and takes care of
Guild Communications for the Boca Raton Museum of Art Artists Guild. You can reach L.A. at email@example.com.