"Painting allows me to tap into an inner resource that informs how I observe, internalize and connect to all of life. Inspiration is drawn from the natural world, animal spirits, women’s empowerment, the written word, and dream imagery. Common throughout my work is a symbolic red road or red image. It serves as a reminder to focus inward and to keep God at the center of one’s thoughts. A lot of my oil paintings are infused with the textures and nuances of handmade bark paper. Evident in all of my work is an ethereal sensibility that represents how I connects to both inner and outer worlds. These are some concepts that influence my approach."

Linda Pasca is an artist and calligrapher who lives in eastern Long Island, New York. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree under a full tuition scholarships at both The Cooper Union School of Art and Pratt Institute. After college, she worked at Pen & Paper, a company that specialized in calligraphy and design of custom wedding and event stationery and calligraphic works. Her work was featured and published in numerous magazines including Bride’s, Town & Country and HC&G (Hamptons Cottages and Gardens).