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Beyond the Page: A Focus on Sculpture and Fiber 2024

A judged member & non-member exhibition

Exhibition Poster

November 20th - December 20th

Online Entry: Friday, November 8th – Friday, November 15th at 7:00pm
Entry Day: Saturday, November 16th
Arts Alive: December 7th
Pickup Day: Saturday, December 21st

Linda MacDonald

A native Californian, Linda MacDonald has lived in the town of Willits, Mendocino County, for many years. A love of the country led her, and her husband north to live in a more rural environment. She grew up in the Bay Area and attended Cal State University San Francisco and received her B.A. and M.F.A. degrees.

MacDonald began as a painter in the 1960s, switched to textiles and the quilt form in the 1980s, and as her work evolved and became more imagery and narrative based, she returned to canvas and paper.

Environmental changes and conflicts in northern California have been the source for her artwork: redwoods and logging; wineries and wildlife; nature and encroachment; gravel mining and neighbors..... to name a few. The beauty of the redwood forest continues to hold her focus in oil paintings and watercolors.

She currently maintains a studio and teaches free-lance in universities and art centers. She has shown her work in many venues world wide and has artwork in the collection of The White House, the city of San Francisco, the Museum of Art and Design (MAD) in NYC, the International Quilt Study Center & Museum, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Arrowmont School of Art, The HAT Foundation and in many private collections.

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