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The name haymac is the combination of my children’s names. This is the place where I share my art, the art of others, and my passion for the arts.

Above: my art classes in the news when I taught private fine art classes to children, K-5. 

Fine art: I have privately taught children in grades K-5 and have exhibited and sold my work at the local Community House, Attleboro Arts Museum (both juried and non-juried shows), and at a local cafe. I completed a week-long workshop with Caleb Stone on Monhegan Island, ME. My favorite subject to paint is the landscape, for I adore nature and am an avid hiker, but I sometimes like to paint simple stilllifes and animals. As I ease back into painting, after taking many years off to costume shows, I’m seeking a new looser approach. I hope to share some of my new loose art trials and tribulations with you soon!

Photo taken by my daughter for her college photography course.

Costuming: I have always loved fine art but when my daughter became involved in theatre back in 5th grade, I placed my artistic endeavors on hold to help with the shows she was involved in, either by painting sets, murals or designing and sewing costumes. After she graduated from high school, I continued costuming large musical performances at the Stadium Theatre in Woonsocket. Now, finding it to be physically exhausting to solo design and costume such large musical productions (40+ cast members!), I’m creating only speciality costumes (usually period pieces) as requested on a limited basis.

If you would like to discuss my work, commission work, either in fine arts, decorative arts, or custom-made costumes, I can be contacted at haymac9596@gmail.com.

Thank you for stopping by! Linda

“A Christmas Carol” presented by Shining Light Productions. 2015. Stadium Theatre, Woonsocket, Rhode Island. Photo by Mike Scott Photo

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