Linda Crimson


Linda's sculpture has been shown locally and throughout the United States in one and two person shows and in competitions. She has completed several public commissions and her work is represented in several private collections. Dave Blodgett and Linda Crimson have also painted over 150 murals, several of these are located in this area.

"This piece (Lady Who Loves Silence) comes from a time when I was trying to be more spontaneous in my work. I started with a discarded wax from a commission of a angel that was a memorial for a family in Chicago; I added pieces of wax that I found in the scrap wax box or produced by playing with making "happening" textures. The title refers to a mythical Egyptian figure named Meretseger: the lady who loves silence. Meretseger watched over and protected the Valley of the Kings."

  • Sedona
  • 10" High w/base
  • Pink Alabaster
  • Lady Who Loves Silence- Meretseger
  • 17" High w/base
  • Bronze
  • Cassiopeia-Reclining nude
  • 32" Long
  • Bronze