Linda is the third generation artist in her family. She studied drawing, painting, ceramics and digital art in various art schools in New York, and in 1975 received her Masters in Fine Art from Brooklyn College (CUNY.) In 2005, she was awarded a CUNY Doctoral Equivalency in Art .
Linda taught art full time for NYS Dept. of Corrections, teaching fine art, leatherwork, printmaking, weaving, ceramics and copper enameling for over twenty - five years, while teaching art history in the evening in various colleges. Currently, she works in oil paint, mixed media, digital art and teaches art history and studio art at Kingsborough Community College , St. John's University and The Art Lab at Snug Harbor Cultural Center. Linda was recently promoted to adjunct Full Professor of Art at Kingsborough
and St John’s. Her work is included in thirty-four corporate collections in NYC and across the country. She’s had twenty-one solo shows, numerous group shows and has shown her work internationally as well. Currently, she is represented by Nancy Stein Fine Arts and Danette Koke Fine arts, both in NYC.