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Linda Ingraham was born in Washington D.C. in 1956 and received her BFA in Painting from New Mexico State University in 1983. During her studies she had the opportunity to participate in the exchange program to Boston and then spent a year at the Sorbonne in Paris. She went on to study photography at the University of New Mexico under the well-known non-silver artist Betty Hahn.
She has exhibited her emotionally evocative artwork in museums and galleries throughout the United States and abroad including shows at The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, The Museum of Fine Art in Santa Fe, The Tucson Museum of Art, and The Laguna Gloria Art Museum. Internationally, she has had solo shows at the Galerie Corti in Brussels, Espace Tag Heuer and Genkan Gallery in Tokyo. A recipient of the Visual Arts Fellowship and a Project Grant from the Arizona Commission on the Arts in 1993, Linda’s work is included in the collection of: The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, The Tucson Museum of Art AZ, The Chandler Center for the Arts AZ, Snell and Wilmer, and the NM Acclaimed Artist Series. In 2009 she was selected to be part of the Phoenix Public Art Project “Seventh Avenue Streetscapes”. Currently she is represented by The Larsen Gallery in Scottsdale, Arizona, the EA Gallery in Port Chester NY, and the Ogilvie/Pertyl Gallery in Chicago.