Born and raised in Los Angeles, Linda attended Pomona College in Claremont, Calfornia where she received her BA in studio art. She studied printmaking at Santa Monica City College as well as the UCLA Extension. As a member of a serigraph workshop in Pacific Palisades she produced limited edition silkscreen prints for several years. After moving to the San Francisco Bay Area she joined the Lafayette Printmaking Workshop where she started experimenting with water-soluble inks to create monotype/collage prints. Linda now works on her own etching press in her studio in San Ramon.
The images of German-born artist Annegret Disterheft deal with the ambiguity of life. Disterheft's
work has been exhibited in national and international competitions and
can be found in permanent collections, including those of the Portland
Art Museum, the National Museum of Women in the Arts and the Whitney.