Linda Gallus
Linda Gallus has recently retired from teaching Art/Textiles at The Geelong College. She works across a broad range of meduim. These include painting, drawing, photography, collage, textiles, book illustration, sculpture, printing onto metal and resin casting.

Biography

Linda’s exhibitions have had various themes including the story of William Buckley, the white man who once lived with Aboriginal people along the coast of the Bellarine Peninsula in Victoria, where she now resides.

Another passion for Linda is archaeology and in particular the history of the local foreshore area at Clifton Springs. Living on Corio Bay has spurned Linda’s interest in life both above and under the water, ships, sea creatures and stories of adventure on the seas. She enjoys collecting coastal fragments, drawing them and researching their history.

Linda has also painted illustrations for Tammy Muir’s two children’s story books about little Barmah Billy and his adventures in the Barmah Forest on the Murray River. Linda has just retired from teaching at The Geelong College where she taught Textiles/Mixed Media and Painting for 14 years. Her expertise also includes sublimation printing onto metal and resin casting which she plans to explore further as potential commercial projects. Recently Linda designed and made the Amazing Technicolour Dream Coat for Joseph in the musical of the same name, along with most of the other costumes in the show.

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Location

Clifton Springs, Victoria, Australia

Linda Gallus

Clifton Springs, Victoria, Australia

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