Falina Sinopah Artworks
About the Artist and Artwork
Falina Sinopah Lintner is an emerging oil painter working en plein air (on scene, outdoors, from life, in a single session) as well as within the studio and, in private/public spaces. Many of her subjects are captured on outings year round in all the elements at the Crown of the Continent in her home area of Glacier National Park, Montana.
Falina carries her personally designed miniature pochade box (painting kit) along on all her adventures to both intimately remote and familiar locations. She finds the often strenuous and always meditative journey to the vistas she paints to be an integral part of the process to ground herself into a fit state to complete this challenging type of deliberate practice.
When not pursuing the outdoor artist life or, supporting herself on the clock as a pastry chef, Falina is making studio works by a window with nice light at home. If her plein air pieces are mementos, her studio works are memories: the moments too dear or fleeting to interrupt, colored by time and perspective.
Falina translates authentic experiences into visceral paint, sharing her rare and fleeting view of the world in the wilderness with the broader community. She hopes her passions expressed visually will connect and inspire others to protect and participate in a collaborative and conscientious life with nature.
You can find selected works from Falina's portfoilo reproduced as prints and stickers. These are available at retail locations around Glacier National Park as well as on our online store, click the shop button to begin shopping. Contact the artist persnally by email if you are interested in an original artwork.