Linda lives on a small ranch with her husband, Lee, at the base of Mt. Sopris, in Basalt, Colorado. Even though she was trained at Parsons School of Design in New York City, her art journey started here in Colorado. She started by painting Lee’s old denim work shirt that was hanging on a fence post, then his cowboy hats, then his boots. On and on until she started heading out to rodeos and cowboy events looking for more material.
Over the years, galleries and publications started to take notice of Linda’s work and she was invited to prestigious shows and her work began to show up in publications such as Cowboys and Indians, US ART and one of her pieces, “Box Canyon Ambush” was chosen for the cover of “Art of the American West”.
Linda is a Signature Member of the American Women Artists and is represented by The Four Corners Gallery at the Tucson Desert Museum.