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Linda Raynolds

 (20th century)
Linda S. Raynolds was active/lived in Wyoming.  Linda Raynolds is known for sculpture-mod animal, horses.

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Linda Raynolds


A mix-media sculptor of animals, Linda Raynolds grew up overseas exposed to a wide variety of cultures. After undergraduate studies in anthropology, she pursued sculpture at New York's Art Students League with Sidney Simon. She joined the Phoenix Gallery and was part of a cooperative of sculptors with studios.

In the Spring of 2003, Raynolds was chosen to participate in Casper's "Where the Buffalo Roam." Her life-size fiberglass buffalo cow, containing a sculpted calf within, was auctioned to support the Nicolaysen Art Museum. Her work is in the collection of the Buffalo Bill Historical Center at Cody, Wyoming and is a member of the Society of Animal Artists.

Source:
Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale, 2003



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