As a native of the Great Pacific Northwest, Linda developed an early love of nature and a lifelong passion for the arts. Her keen interest in sculpting led her to study in Italy and France, and later in the US at the Scottsdale Artists’ School in Arizona, where she received The Best and Brightest Fine Art Connoisseur Award of Excellence.

Her milieu in bas relief, bronze casting and clay has been featured through the years at the White River Valley Museum; Sculpture in the Park in Loveland, Colorado for five consecutive years; the Contemporary Western Juried Art Show at the Mountain Oyster Club; and more recently at the Tucson Desert Art Museum’s American Women Artists’ show, Under a Vast Sky, where she received the Distinguished Achievement Award.

Reflecting upon her work, she acknowledges,“I am compelled to communicate through my art the unique stories and nuances each subject brings to the world.”

Linda currently spends her time fulfilling private commissions, completing pet projects as well as producing and participating in sculpting workshops and forums. She is an active member in several art and sculpting societies. Her work is available to the public through the Mountain Spirit Gallery in Prescott, Arizona.


Mountain Spirit Gallery - 140 S Montezuma St, Prescott, AZ - Phone: (928) 445-2886
Dancing Wolf Gallery - 24295 N. Elbert Rd, Elbert, CO 80106 - Phone: (303) 648-3611

Sculpture Societies

Signature Member of American Women Artists.

Professional Member of Portrait Sculptors Society of the Americas.

Associate Member of Portrait Socicety of America.

Associate Member of Women Artist of the West.

Education and Studies

Course taken by Master Sculptor Christina Mikulasek on figurative and portrait sculpture.

Lived in Pietrasanta, Italy studying figurative and portrait sculpture with Christina Mikulasek.

Courses at Scottsdale Art School taken including: Bruno Lucchesi specializing in "Terracotta Sculpture", Lincoln Fox on "Creativity Expressed Through Sculpture", Simon Kogan on "Sculpting the Truth", Stanley Bleifield on "Sculpture: Figures in Composition", Eugene Daub on "The Draped Figure: The Garment as a Compositional Element", Barbel Dieckmann on "The Figure in Clay", Betty Gatliff on "Forensic Sculptures", and John Coleman on "Sculpting the Human Form".

Course taken by Martine Vaugel on portrait and figurative sculptures in Austin, Texas.

Lived and studied in France while taking a course with Martine Vaugel on figurative sculpting and armatures in Les Cerqueux Sous Passavant of Vihiers, France.