Linda Koch is a self-taught, Saskatchewan-based artist.  She has worked within the mediums of oils, pastels, alkyds and stained glass over the past 30 years and is currently working in acrylics and oils.

Portrayed uniquely in Linda's paintings is her facination of the colors of everchanging clouds and our living skies.  That, along with her love of animals and the impressive Canadian landscapes, from those warm sunny days to the serene blanket of snow in the winter, is also a favorite to depict in her paintings.
Linda is a former member of the Aurora Art Guild (Regina), Visions Art Guild (Estevan), Estevan Art Gallery and Museum and the Solar Studio Art Gallery (Estevan).  She is currently a member of the Brushworks Art Guild of Regina, as well as the Art Gallery of Regina.

"Being born and raised in a rural setting has inspired me, in many ways, to capture the things that reflect our moods and emotions, and oftentimes memories, expressed in my work."