Linda Ingham lives and works from her coastal studio in North East Lincolnshire. Originally having studied the European Humanities, she later returned to education to achieve her MA in Fine Art from Lincoln University of Art, Architecture & Design in 2007. Her interests lie in the subjects of memory, place and human experience; the self-portrait genre is one through which she frequently explores her themes.
She exhibits internationally and has work in many public and private collections in Britain and the USA including those of the University of Arizona Museum of Art, Swindon Art Gallery, Rugby Art Gallery and Museum, The Komechak Art Gallery, Chicago, Madison Museum of Fine Arts, The Priseman Seabrook Collection and East Contemporary Art Collection. Her work is often composite in nature, and mostly comprises of series of related pieces rather than ones which stand-alone. Since 2008 been the recipient of several awards from the Arts Council England for her studio practice and curatorial activities and most recently for the 2015 Aesthetica Art Prize.