Started making dolls in 2008 but began her love of art in early childhood, later taking classes in both High School and college. Opened her own business in 1994 and gave up art during the 16 years it was open. Then finally returning to it 11 years ago and the rest is as they say History.
Uses Paper clay, polymer clay, wood, metal, glass, stone, cloth, fur, jewels, and found and antique items in creating her art. Linda also paints on wood and canvas in 2d and 3d, sews, felts and enjoys photography and video creation.
Married 25 years to fellow artist Edwin Ehrenfried who is a wood and stone sculpture artist. They have 2 grown children, their son is learning to sculpt as we speak.
As an artist, I am always stretching my wings creatively. I love to try new things so my style tends to be eclectic. I love working with new materials which is why I love mixed media art. I primarily do figurative art. I love whimsical fantasy creatures but I have dedicated many years of practice to achieve a level of realism so I have created a great many different types of art doll. Follow this link to see how my style has evolved over the last 11 years.
These are my most recent pieces and my long held favorites. Unlike many artists I am also a collector. I have a few pieces that I created that I adore and have never parted with. If it has a price, it is for sale but most pieces are already sold. click below to see my available work all in one place. Shipping will be calculated after the sale as destination determines price. If you see something you like without a price, contact me and we can discuss a commission where I can make something similar .
There are several sculpting videos on Youtube on my channel. This is my introduction video from my channel.
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