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LINDA FLEMING
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Linda Fleming, born in 1945 in Pittsburg, PA, is an American artist and university professor. She received a full scholarship to Carnegie Mellon University and is currently a professor at California College of the Arts. Fleming is primarily a sculptor and works in steel, wood, rubber, felt, and paper. Her sculpture can be identified by intricate patterns resembling lace, tendrils of smoke, or webs. Fleming is best known for her large-scale outdoor sculptures that draw from the desert and mountain environments surrounding her studios, and as a founding member of the artists’ community Libre.

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