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Lived/Active: Arizona      Known for: rodeo cowboy, ranch scene, horses

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Biography from Blue Coyote Gallery:
Born in Brooklyn, New York, L.C. (Linda) Herst has led a life centered around horses since her father''s move to Arizona almost fifty years ago. "My paintings reflect an honest personal response to the world around me. I want to tell stories of the West through light, color, design and texture; all while provoking an emotional rush in the viewer."

Linda's childhood hero was Roy Rogers. She moved to Arizona in 1955 and claims to have ridden every stable horse in Phoenix. Linda married and moved to Gilbert, Arizona in the early sixties where she purchased a ranch. There she raised four kids, horses, peacocks and calves. During this time she also photographed rodeo cowboys right in the arena to later use in paintings. She rode on ranch round-ups to witness first hand the spirit of the ranch. Today Linda still lives in Gilbert, where she rides her horse, Ambush, dressed as Cowboy Mollie in various parades in the Phoenix area.

Linda's paintings have been displayed in numerous shows including the George Phippen Invitational Western Show in Prescott Arizona. Her work is also included in various corporate collections including Wells Fargo Bank, Johnson and Johnson, and Stetson Corporation.

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