Linda Phillips

About Me






As long as I can remember, I have always been a lover of creation’s beauty, and a curious soul of what’s behind all that exists. Designing has always been a natural form of creativity for me that has brought healing, and so much life. Before formal training, I spent a couple of years in Maui, searching for meaning, designing from the inspiration of the colorful tropics.

I studied textile design at UCLA. My art career started out as a textile designer, designing beachwear and home interiors. My clients included Roxy, OP, O Neil, Waverly, and many more. Additionally, my designs have been featured in The Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles.

Over the years I began to study more drawing and painting , and made a transition from textile design into fine art. My  greatest inspiration and critic is my mother, impressionist painter Millie Greene, who studied with Russian Master Sergei Bongart. 

My latest series is gold, copper, and silver leaf with oil and acrylic paint. In this medium I have created ethnic, figurative, and abstract paintings.

My art is a way of life that encompasses how I perceive  the world in shapes, colors, and light,  with an interpretation that draws my inspiration from an endless well of a living creator.