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Linda Farquharson

Born and raised in the area of Aberdeen in Scotland, now living in Highland

Perthshire on the edge of the Scottish Highlands. She studied 'illustration' at the Duncan of Jordanstone Collage of Art in Dundee, specializing in linocuts and woodcuts, graduating (BA) in 1986.

As an illustrator, she has, among other things, illustrated W B Yeats' "Irish Fairy and

Folk Tales" and Sir Walter Scott's "The Lady of The Lake".

As an artist, she draws inspiration from nature around the farm in the country where she lives, but also from Scottish fairy tales, myths and legends and from the oldest British literature from the eleventh and twelfth centuries, which is collected in the "Mabinogion" from Wales, which contains, among other things, stories and stories from the time of King Arthur.

She exhibits at galleries in Great Britain and holds courses in linoleum cuts both in her studio in Scotland and at the Sea Pictures Gallery in Suffolk, England.

Participated in Galleri Pictor's spring exhibition " &" 2017

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