Linda Reedy's first creative interest was in textiles. As a weaver she taught weaving, spinning, and knitting in her Dream Weaver studio before returning to school for a degree in Fine Arts.
She continued her education with a four month artist residency at the Fine Arts University, Hanoi, Vietnam and extensive coursework at Mass College of Art.
Linda has exhibited in Massachusetts at the Bromfield Gallery, Boston; Cambridge Art Association, Cambridge; Ashwell Gallery, Newburyport; Concord Art Association, Concord; and Alden Gallery, Provincetown.
Howard karren - Co-owner, Alden Gallery
"Observers who are inexperienced with art or those who are highly trained have equally appreciated her work, and its emotional resonance is apparent at first glance. When we display her paintings in our windows, they are a powerful draw."
She has recently relocated to the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
I am inspired by daily life and common objects and locations that evoke personal emotions. It is the beauty of these experiences, old found objects, and memorable places that fascinate me and motivate my work. Intuition is my guide, providing the direction I need for the first stages, changes, and completion of my work. Through this process, I reveal quiet paintings that reflect a sense of time, place, and above all, tranquility.