Linda loves to make beautiful three-dimensional wall sculptures with metal, wood and wire. She has been a studio artist since 1993 and has developed commissions for hospitals and healthcare institutions, universities, religious institutions, corporate clients, and government facilities across the US and internationally.
Her work ranges from large installations and wall sculptures to intimate work that fits beautifully with a residence. Her background as a graphic designer helps her to work effectively with all types of clients including galleries, art consultants, architects and designers.
Linda graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Cincinnati School of Design, Architecture and Art. She worked as a graphic designer in Chicago for corporations and design firms and gained valuable experience working in a fast-paced client-centric environment.
Her work falls into four distinct bodies of work: large modular wall sculptures or “quilts” including the “Patterns of Nature series, fold-formed wall hung constructions, laser cut forms and wire woven sculptures.
Linda’s artwork appears in many public spaces including: Michigan State University National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory; US Army Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Aberdeen Maryland; Ross Heart Hospital at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio; first class cabins of airplanes operated by Cathay Pacific Airlines, Hong Kong, China; the lobby of One Shell Square, New Orleans, Louisiana; Wells Fargo Corporate Office, Des Moines, Iowa; Kaiser Permanente offices throughout California and Pennsylvania; Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, Tennessee to name a few.