As a sculptor, glass artist, 3-D fabricator and educator, Linda has established herself as the foremost advocate and practitioner of glass casting in the United States.
Linda studied at Massachusetts College of Art where she earned a BFA in 1985 and an MFA in 1997. She has had many solo exhibitions of her glass work across the US and in Japan, and participated in numerous group shows. Her work is in the Musee Des Arts Decoratifs in Lausanne, Switzerland, and the Corning Museum in Corning, NY; the George and Dorothy Saxe Collection; the collections of the Index Corporation and Pacific Bell Telephone; and numerous private collections in the US.
Linda has taught at the Pilchuck School in Seattle, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, and Massachusetts College of Art in Boston. She was visiting artist/lecturer at RISD, RIT, University of Illinois, Ohio State University and Haystack Mountain School of Crafts. She served on the Board of Directors of Glass Art Society from 1994-2000.
In 1997 she was one of the founders of the Page Hazlegrove Lectureship and Residency in Glass Art at MIT, including artists Josiah McElney, Dale Chihuly, Jamie Carpenter and Larry Bell. From 2003 to 2005 Linda ran the Fine Arts 3-D Artist Residency at Mass. College of Art.
By the time Linda founded Ross Art Studio in 1999, she was well on her way to attaining a level of expertise, and developing a network of devoted artisans, which have made her a uniquely qualified glass fabricator.