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Linda lives and works in Cornwall which has been her home for the past 39 years. Her ceramic practice relates to the exploration of the emotive and instinctual. The viewer/handler is invited to respond on an emotional as opposed to intellectual level. Her main purpose is to use unorthodox expressions of surface and form.
She mainly works from memory and reflection, the majority of her time being spent in the studio environment, surrounded by chemicals, clay and kilns. She is known for her use of a range of discordant and yet harmonic colours, gouged out infills purposefully underlaid with dense earth pigments and oxides, swathes of matt opaque interspersed with glassy pools of intense saturation.
She has exhibited at The V & A Museum, Tate St Ives, designed for Terence Conran and worked on numerous Heritage lottery and Arts Council funded public space projects. Her work is held in the V & A Ceramics archive, the Gregg Museum of Folk Art, North Carolina, USA and private collections worldwide.
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