Linda Ogden

American

Born 1950, Miami, FL

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As a child growing up in her grandparent’s home, Ogden was encouraged to create art. She did not pursue a fine arts career until many years after motherhood, college, and careers in marketing, public relations, graphic design, and illustration. Eventually she began to search for a way to express herself and to create. She took several sabbaticals from her job in order to study marble carving in Italy, and spent five years exploring different methods and mediums, as well as developing “a deeper sense of self and self-expression.” In 2000, Ogden came to the Johnson Atelier Technical Institute of Sculpture in Mercerville, NJ. At first she worked as an apprentice and then as a staff instructor in the Modeling and Enlarging Department at the Insititute. She has exhibited in Pietrasanta, Italy, at the Extension Gallery in Mercerville, NJ, and at the Greensboro Arts League in Greensboro, NC. Her works are in private and corporate collections in the United States and in Europe.

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