Linda Heslop began drawing at a very early age, tutored by her father who was an artist and architect. Her realistic style led to work in illustration, logos, magazine covers, feature articles, and several books at an international level. This included her own book, The Art of Caving, an overlook of her two decades of caving. Linda became recognized as the most published caver artist worldwide in the 1990s and was the second recipient of the National Speleological Society’s Arts and Letters Award.
Linda has been a Victoria, British Columbia, resident since 1957. Now represented by Canadian Art Connections, she has turned her full attention to fine art following her love of West Coast images.