Linda Miller's Profile

About

Hello and welcome to my gallery of items! I hope that you find browsing my shop a fun and memorable experience.

As a youngster, a box of crayons was my greatest delight, and the more shades, tints, metallics and brights, the better. That passion with color has never faded and has carried over into a very large portion of my life. I began sewing clothes for myself, younger sister, and grandmother at age 11, and still love to design and create purses, home décor and gifts for my family and friends.

After working several years in the medical profession, I quit to study and pursue my desired art career in my thirties. I began taking as many regional art classes as possible, and soon began selling my work professionally. Many of my pieces hang in private homes and businesses throughout the nation. I also have had many of my Southwest…

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  • Female
  • Born on November 8
  • Joined May 3, 2009

Favorite materials

Watercolors, pastels, acrylics, colored pencils, lampwork beads, glass beads, jewelry findings, digital photo art, cotton fabric prints

About

Hello and welcome to my gallery of items! I hope that you find browsing my shop a fun and memorable experience.

As a youngster, a box of crayons was my greatest delight, and the more shades, tints, metallics and brights, the better. That passion with color has never faded and has carried over into a very large portion of my life. I began sewing clothes for myself, younger sister, and grandmother at age 11, and still love to design and create purses, home décor and gifts for my family and friends.

After working several years in the medical profession, I quit to study and pursue my desired art career in my thirties. I began taking as many regional art classes as possible, and soon began selling my work professionally. Many of my pieces hang in private homes and businesses throughout the nation. I also have had many of my Southwest images printed as Christmas cards by Leanin' Tree, an international card company.

I currently live in New Mexico, termed the ‘State of Enchantment’, and for me it really is. Since my move here in 2006, a new creative interest blossomed and I took an interest in jewelry making, and it has been a creative joy ever since. Living near Santa Fe and Albuquerque's Old Town, there is a steady stream of inspiration! One of the most recognized art hubs in the world, Santa Fe is a magical place to visit and explore.

Please return again soon and thank you for considering 'handmade' works of art and jewelry.

Sunshine and Happiness,
Linda

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