Linda studied History of Art at the University of Edinburgh (MA Hons) and Fine Art Printmaking at the University of Wolverhampton (BA Hons). Significant short courses include printmaking at ‘New Grounds’, Albuquerque, New Mexico, which was part of an Arts Council funded study trip researching Route 66.

In 2017 she had an etching ‘On bare mountain’ selected by the Victoria and Albert Museum for their permanent collection. She also won the WSA Elsie Holland Prize for outstanding work. Her drypoint print ‘From here to there’ is held in the Printmakers Council archives and it was chosen to appear on the artuk.org site’s database for UK public art collections.

In 2018 an etching was on show at the Mall Galleries, London as a shortlisted artist for A & I Artist of the Year Award.

In 2018 she was elected an Associate Member of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (RBSA). She is a member of the Printmakers Council, Birmingham Art Circle and Wolverhampton Society of Artists. She regularly exhibits at the RBSA and further afield.

Linda studied History of Art at the University of Edinburgh (MA Hons) and Fine Art Printmaking at the University of Wolverhampton (BA Hons). Significant short courses include printmaking at ‘New Grounds’, Albuquerque, New Mexico, which was part of an Arts Council funded study trip researching Route 66.

In 2017 she had an etching ‘On bare mountain’ selected by the Victoria and Albert Museum for their permanent collection. She also won the WSA Elsie Holland Prize for outstanding work. Her drypoint print ‘From here to there’ is held in the Printmakers Council archives and it was chosen to appear on the artuk.org site’s database for UK public art collections.

In 2018 an etching was on show at the Mall Galleries, London as a shortlisted artist for A & I Artist of the Year Award.

In 2018 she was elected an Associate Member of the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (RBSA). She is a member of the Printmakers Council, Birmingham Art Circle and Wolverhampton Society of Artists. She regularly exhibits at the RBSA and further afield.

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