Linda graduated from Albion College in Michigan with a MFA in ceramics and education. She has been in numerous juried shows and taught ceramics from 1962-1979 and when she moved to Hawaii. Here she works in her South Kona pottery studio, Paliuli Pottery, and is a member of Kailua Village Artists, the Kona Potters Guild and SOKO. To Linda form, function, and glaze are inseparable. Since each piece starts with a lump of clay it is thrilling to see pieces emerge from the glaze kilns. Since moving to Hawaii, she has added raku and stoneware tropical fish to her repertoire.