Fifty years ago Linda attended a one day pottery class at the YMCA in North York, Ontario.
Her pot was very rough and made by hand with coils, fired and glazed a grey colour. This pot has a place of honour in her studio.
Then along came life and pottery was just a memory. Raising her children and running a small business kept her very busy for the next few years.
Spring of 1999 she found clay again, with a gift of a pottery class from her son.
The journey began.
Now retired and working in her studio in Bobcaygeon, teaching classes and honing her skills with seminars and weeks at the Halliburton School of the Arts.
She is not a production potter and focuses on one of a kind pottery pieces.