Lindanne Phillips was born in Birmingham, Alabama. From an early age she demonstrated an innate artistic talent for teaching, designing and creating art. She continued to bring her creative passion to fruition in her multidiscipline art media. In 1974, she pursued her MAE. art education degree from University of Alabama, Birmingham campus. In 1995, she moved to Hayden, Alabama where she currently resides practicing her oil painting and pottery/sculpture skills in her IronWater Studio.
Literally going to the dogs, Lindanne expresses her style as “Nostalgic Memories” with inspiration coming from archeological digs into her past especially in her series of “Mini Mutts to her larger pieces incorporating her favorite dogs, Beagles. She communicates the ways art can evoke emotions buried deep into one’s long term memories. Who doesn’t love dogs? One may visit her website www.Lindannephillips.com to discover for themselves.
Her art has been selected for exhibition by the Birmingham and Montgomery Museums of Art in Alabama. Her work has also been exhibited at the Birmingham Art Association Gallery, Cahaba Art Association Gallery, and Juried shows at the Shelby County Art Gallery, Montgomery Art Guild Gallery, Art in the Park, Kentuck Arts and Crafts show, and Bluff Park.
She is also a featured artist at FourSeasons Art Gallery Homewood, Alabama. She has been honored with her art work being featured in the Birmingham Art Journal along with her humorous short stories. She was featured on Absolutely Alabama with Fred Hunter during the Dog Days of Summer 2022.