A well-known quilt artist, Linda lived in a large home in Harrison West for 27 years. Recently, she decided to “right size” and simplify her life, so she moved into this high-rise apartment in Goodale Landing. She is still near her friends from the neighborhood while enjoying the terrific amenities offered by The Landings. From her eighth floor apartment she can see Wheeler Park to the north and Goodale Park to the east and she is near the restaurants, theaters and galleries of the Short North and Downtown Columbus.
After her secondary education at St. Mary of the Springs, she continued her art education at OSU and graduated with a Master of Fine Arts degree. She began her art career while simultaneously acquiring a collection of modern and contemporary art from local artists as well as traditional artifacts from Italy, Spain, France, Turkey, Egypt, Mexico, Guatemala, Indonesia and Uganda. She still has the first piece of art she acquired at a yard sale at St. Mary’s. Several of her own designs are on display throughout her home.
With the assistance of Rick Sherman of R. Sherman Design, Ltd. her art collection and eclectic assortment of furniture was arranged in the 1600 sq. ft. apartment with two bedrooms, two baths, a sunroom, and a 22 ft. balcony. The apartment has an open concept throughout the kitchen, dining area and living room. She loves her pantry, the unique kitchen tiles from Canton, Ohio, her walk-in closet, laundry, the heated bathroom floor tiles, and the glorious sunrises and dramatic sunsets.