in the Square Room at Logie Steading Art Gallery
Lynda began her life as an artist at the age of sixteen, when she had a first solo exhibition and gained an award from the Royal Academy.
She graduated from Maidstone College of Art in 1973 obtaining a Fine Art Degree in Painting.
Lynda found new inspiration following her move to Aberdeenshire in 1984. She continued to diversify her interests of both content and medium.
Her work accompanies many private collections in Canada, Germany, Holland and the UK.
Her move onwards to the west of Moray inspired Lynda to paint some of the most the dramatic scenery at the gateway to the Highlands. Her work also includes distilleries and most subjects are portrayed in her most recent works.
National Trust for Scotland
Exhibition runs 1 June – 2 July
18th & 19th June in the Long Room at Logie Steading. More information here