Linda Popp is originally from Chicago but has lived in the Baltimore area since 1974.
She retired in 2016 after a 41-year career with Baltimore County Public Schools (30 years in secondary art and 11 years as the Visual Arts Coordinator). She then taught in the MICA MAT Program and supervised art education student teachers at Towson University. She was on the Maryland Art Education Association Council and even has an MAEA Leadership Award named in her honor. Linda has served on the National Art Education Association Council as the Secondary Division Director and Eastern Region Vice-President and was named a Distinguished Fellow in 2018.
Since retiring, she has been able to shift her focus to her studio work. Linda exhibits her work in several galleries in Maryland and on the East Coast. She maintains a website, www.lindapopp.com Linda also presents her work on Twitter and Instagram @lpoppart. She recently has created several videos documenting aspects of her assemblage process on her YouTube channel. She was recently featured in an article in Bmore Art Magazine: https://bmoreart.com/2022/09/craftswomanship-elegant-problems-and-relationships-linda-popp.html