LINDA FOARD ROBERTS 

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BIO

Linda Foard Roberts (b. 1961, American) has exhibited her work internationally from Australia to Guatemala, and throughout the United States. A darkroom printer for over 35 years, she produces her images as gelatin silver and pigment prints on Hahnemuhle German Etching paper. Her work was recently included in the exhibition The Energy of Youth: Depicting Childhood at the North Carolina Museum of Art, and the series Passage was exhibited at the Robert Koch Gallery in San Francisco. Photographs from this series have traveled to 34 venues through North Carolina in the exhibition Telling Our Stories, organized by the North Carolina Museum of Art.

Roberts is a recipient of a North Carolina Visual Artist Fellowship Grant, and her work is in the permanent collection of the North Carolina Museum of Art, North Carolina; New Orleans Museum of Art, Louisiana; The Norton Museum of Art, Florida, Ogden Museum of Southern Art, Louisiana; San Diego Museum of Photographic Arts, California; The Mint Museum, North Carolina; Bank of America Collection; The Harry Ransom Center, Texas; The Bechtler Collection, North Carolina; Gregg Museum of Art and Design, North Carolina, and in numerous private collections throughout the United States and Europe. She has a Master of Fine Arts from Arizona State University, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Virginia Intermont College. The artist lives and works in Weddington, North Carolina.

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