Fine Art is about experimentation with materials, mediums, style, dimensions, and subjects. Allan Linder's roots are firmly grown in fine art and his interests continue to grow with time. 

Painting is a way of life for this artist, his strength is painting and his passion is painting. In the 1980's Linder was immersed in the art scene, and the growing rave scene in Los Angeles. He spent much of his time hanging out with local emerging artists, established artists, celebrities, writers, and poets during art receptions and parties. They exchanged ideas and techniques as they developed their social and artistic skills which led him to create some very interesting works.

In addition to painting and sculpting, Linder enjoyed spinning records at many nightclubs and parties, exploring music and the club culture. Although his painting style is mostly realism, Linder experimented with a variety of painting styles and artistic movements through the years. Neo-expressionism, Pop art, Art deco style and Abstraction are just some of the work he created. His inspiration came from the New York artists; Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Robert Rauschenberg, and the Los Angeles artists; Patrick Nagel, Lari Pittman, Kenny Scharf, as well as many others.

His work contains an inventory of more than 1000 paintings, thousands of drawings, pen and ink illustrations, digital art, sculpture, leatherwork, animatronics, film and more from 1979 to present. 

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