About Me
Dust to Dust—Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis permanent collection

Linda McCray, MFA, is an American visual artist whose studio is nestled in the solitude of the Rocky Mountains of Montana.

McCray’s boundary-transcending abstract spiritual paintings have been exhibited in the US and England; published in Belgium, Germany, Canada, and the United States; and are in public and private collections. Private collectors and organizations have commissioned McCray to create paintings that speak of their mission.

As an adjunct professor of art, she taught for Loyola University Chicago, The University of Mary, Helena College: The University of Montana, and Carroll College. She has lectured at art museums, universities, and conferences; written articles for national magazines; served as art consultant; and been an artist-in-residence at the Holter Museum of Art and Blessed Trinity Catholic Community.

She is a member of Sacred Arts Contemporary, Christians in the Visual Arts, Association of Consultants for Liturgical Space and is a Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth Associate. She graduated cum laude from Washington State University with a BA in Fine Arts, the University of Montana with a MFA in Painting and Drawing, and Benet Hill Monastery with a Certificate in Spiritual Direction.


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