26 Sep Welcome Featured Artist, Linda Schroeder Golding
We’re pleased to feature the watercolors, landscapes and mixed media art of Linda Schroeder Gold for Artwalk 2016. Towne Square and My Architect are partnering to host the bulk of Ms. Golding’s art in the central atrium of Towne Square, at 504 Main Street.
Ms. Golding became involved in the Center for Arts & History after her move to the area over 20 years ago. An artist by training, Golding participated in the restoration of the Beuk Aie Temple and preparation and display of related artifacts, now on permanent display at the Center. Her involvement in the Center has included creating artwork for the Dogwood Festival and graphic design for the Center over the years.
Golding completed a bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Lewis Clark State College in 2002 and a Masters in Social Work from Boise State in 2012. As a licensed and designated Children’s Mental Health Specialist Ms. Golding integrates the healing power of art and expressive art therapies into her work with children and adults with great success. Of her participation in Artwalk, Ms. Golding writes, “I am thrilled at the opportunity to serve the people in my community and to continue to produce my own work to share with others.”