Linda was born in 1950 and grew up riding horses. Her artistic talents became evident at a very early age. She has been sculpting since 1979 and is well known for the subject matter she chooses - cowboys, horses, and dogs in typical ranch settings and wildlife. Linda and her husband owned and operated their own foundry "Canyon Art Casting" for six years which helped her to understand all phases of the casting process, thereby enabling her to collaborate with foundries to get the desired effects on her sculptures which help make them unique.
Linda and her family currently reside in the historical town of Fort Macleod which was founded in 1874 with the arrival of the North West Mounted Police and is located at a crossroads that once hosted Indian encampments, wagon trails and buffalo grazing grounds.
Linda was honoured by being inducted into the CALGARY STAMPEDE WESTERN ART SHOW HALL OF FAME during the 2012 Calgary Stampede.
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