Linda Colsh is a textile artist who tackles politics, design, and personal symbolism. May Day, May Day is a statement about violence against women and Jubilation & Dread: Tiananmen Square title speaks for itself.
She is interested in exploring particular design elements in her quilts. She states that “Line is an important consideration for me; therefore, I like to explore the possibilities of the quilted line and free motion embroidery.” Throughout her work you can see the influence of European architecture and art movements. Drawing on a widely travel life imagery is realized using commercial, hand-dyed and discharged fabrics. Linda Colsh builds up a visual texture that is comprised of a personal iconography. A personal portrait is online and finally her a list of exhibitions and professional experience is to be found here.