Linda's work is commissioned and exhibited in such venues as the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Avenue 50 Gallery, Santa Cruz Art League Annual Fiber Art Exhibit, Red Bluff Art Gallery, Frederick S. Wight Gallery and California State University in Los Angeles. She contributed to the International Fiber Collaborative's group installations in Alabama and New York. In 2005 Linda developed the idea for the Bhavana Project, an ongoing group work based on Tibetan prayer flags. The Project's initial set of flags was completed in 2006, and the third set is currently in progress.
Linda trained as a visual artist with a focus on printmaking and photography receiving a B.A. from U.C.L.A., as well as completing the Printmaking Certificate Program at Bradford College of Art and Technology in England. At an early age Linda learned to sew, knit, crochet and embroider, further refining the craft in later years in her personal work and professional life in the fashion arts. In 1994 Linda began to explore quilt making, growing to love the range of graphic, textural, and tactile qualities. The meshing of sewing and art skills made a natural transition to fiber arts becoming her chosen medium.
Linda is a member of Studio Art Quilt Associates and the Santa Monica Quilt Guild. She is also a certified yoga teacher. She lives in Culver City, California.
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