“The brightest room in our home is my studio. There, I arrange lemons or pears or a person to paint. I paint primarily from life, with subtle distortions in subject matter and color.” Linda paints still life and figures. The still life frequently includes fruits, teacups, Grandma Stewart’s old teapot, blue bottles and striped floral backgrounds … The fruits remind me of the things that make life satisfying and sweet. They are also an expression of work and the nurturing required to bring forth the fruit.”
Linda has a BFA from BYU (1991) and her works have been exhibited all over Utah, California, Texas, Idaho, Missouri, Virginia, and New York. She has also worked as James C. Christensen’s assistant. Linda has been featured in both editions of Swanson, Olpin and Seifrit’s monograph on prominent Utah artists, Utah Painting and Sculpture. She lives in Utah with her family.