Linda Lorton Spier received her B.A. from DePauw University in 1962. She maintains her art studio in Carmel Indiana. Her newest work celebrates western landscape and skyscape and ancient Euro-Asian cave walls. Her woodcut reduction prints feature endangered and environmentally threatened birds. She printed in Santa Fe, NM for twenty years, using stone lithography, woodcut, and chine colle on relief monoprints.
In recent years, Linda participated in several juried exhibitions, including the Will Vawter Invitational, Wabash Valley at Swope Gallery, the Hoosier Salon, and Richmond Indiana’s Art Museum Annual.
Linda has had one-woman exhibits in several Indiana galleries and at the Audubon Center in Santa Fe, NM. Her art can be found in fine art collections around the United States.