Linda returned to West Kerry as soon as her formal Art education was completed in Limerick School of Art and Design. The environment of West Kerry, in particular the Dingle Peninsula, inspires the Ceramic Art that she creates. She uses stoneware clay, combined with local clay, sand and stones to create these works, based on local history and archaeology.

D’fhill Linda go dtí Chorcha Dhuibhne, an áit inar tógadh í, chomh luath agus a bhí sí criochnaithe i gColáiste Ealaíne i Luimneach. Spreagann an timpeallacht agus an cultúr atá i gCorcha Dhuibhne í chun ealaín chriadóireachta a chruthú. Baineann sí úsáid as cré, gaineamh agus cloch áitiúl le haghaidh na n-iontaisí seo a chruthú, atá bunaithe ar stair na háite.

National Television recognises Linda's Work


Each piece is made from slabs of clay, individually cut and then joined together to create the right shape and size.

 

My Workshop is part of my parents' farm buildings, located in Ballyferriter West.

 

I work on a number of pieces at any one time, depending on the size and detail of the piece.