It was a magical atmosphere that emerged through Linda’s interactive art object activities for our families with kids in our Jewish family center here in Berlin. Linda communicates from her heart through art. The people, who open up to interact with her and her art discover surprisingly playful parts of themselves.
— Flora Hirshfeld, Director of the Bambinim Familyclub, a JDC project for families with kids up to 7 years
You are just magic with the kids and the materials and so deeply understand play!
— Pre-K Teacher, Staff Development Participant
I never had the opportunity before to express myself with all of the ideas I’ve had in my head and my heart. You gave me the opportunity to express myself today using these materials
— Materials Studio Participant, 80 year old woman, Bulgaria
Through art workshops using recycled materials, Linda combines a kaleidoscope of Jewish themes with a Reggio inspired approach; modeling respect, responsibility, and community as she empowers children and staff towards greater self-expression. Her child centered method guides exploration and discovery for children of all ages. She is a hit with everyone and her workshops and professional development training were always in high demand!
— Founding Principal Yeshiva
The magnets are magic and your energy is infectious. It was amazing to see the seniors, kids, and everyone drawn in and captivated with so much joy.
— Founder, Lab Shul
Beautiful, wonderful, vibrant composition -
your work is a reflection of you
— Educator, Ruth Forman
It was great seeing you in your element and observing the children (of all ages) delight in their exploration of creativity, especially as it relates to light and design. So glad, several of my neighbors and friends made the trip to experience the activities you generously provided.”

”ScapsKC Design Center invited playful discovery for adults and children. From my vantage point, your contribution was like poetry in motion. A rhythmical composition of imaginative play. My granddaughters were totally intrigued and charmed by your fascinating arrangement of simple materials that gave them the opportunity to connect science and art.”

”On our way home, our conversations illuminated even more unique tessellations of thought.
— Professor, Rockhurt University, Sandra Gonsher