Linda McKie McClellan born and raised in New York, now calls scenic Westport her home.
Starting at an early age, the main focus has always been to create meaningful art. Primarily self-taught, she has studied at: Tyler School of Art at Temple University, the Wooster School in Danbury, and the Center for Contemporary Printmaking, Norwalk.
She continually finds the great outdoors to be a constant source of inspiration. By utilizing a variety of mediums that include acrylic, watercolor, and oil, capturing the essence of the nature that surrounds her transposing the images onto her canvas.
Additionally, she has studied with local artist: Dick Byrnes, Betsy Beach, Dick Rauth, Lisa Arnold and Peter Konsterlie.
Linda is also associated with Black Rock Art Guild, and the Fairfield County Artist Association.
To view additional work done by Linda, visit her website: www.mckiemcclellan.com