Linda’s training in art began in Europe where she grew up , as the daughter of an Army officer. It was there her love of architecture and travel began to develop.
A Washington D.C. native, she achieved early success in oil painting in Washington D.C. Virginia and New Jersey. Upon discovering watercolor, however, she realized her true medium. Having traveled extensively, her favorite subjects are regional architecture with bold color transitions, usually including the addition of flowers and strong shadows.
She enjoys painting large pieces that require the viewer to stand back!
She lives in the Eastern North Carolina and sells her work through galleries and her website.
She travels teaching workshops in various cities around the country.
Her work has been showcased at :
The Persnickety Stores in Washington D.C., Tyson’s Corner, Virginia and New Canaan,
Miller Fine Art
Gallery affiliations have included:
Her own studio/gallery: Waterside Watercolors, Occoquan, Virginia
McClenden Fine Art, Union Station, Washington D.C.
Georgetown and Shirlington Art Guild, Washington DC
Decorator’s Showhouse two years Washington DC
4 solo shows at the University Club, Washington DC
Corporate collections include:
Marriott Corporation owning 28 watercolor commissions
Industrial Research Corporation of Japan, Tokyo owning 23 original commissions
Mr and Mrs Tony Jordano, McLean, Virginia
Mr and Mrs Clarke Wright, Kerrville, Tx and Oceanside, Ca
Mr and Mrs Thomas Archer, Los Gatos, Ca
Ms Betsy Pond, Pond Roofing Oakton, Va
Ms Judy Treichel, Leesburg, Va
Currently her work may be seen at:
The Hollyhocks Art Gallery, Pinehurst, NC
The Broadway Gallery, Alexandria, Virginia
The Berkley Gallery, Warrenton, Virginia
Sunset River Marketplace, Calabash, North Carolina
her own studio by appointment in Greenville, North Carolina