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Linda T. Hubbard

Linda T. Hubbard is a fine art photographer who is a native of New England and lived for many years in the Hudson River Valley.  "I love to capture the beauty, peace and serenity of nature - the sunlight on the mountains, the incredible detail of a flower, the glorious colors of the sun setting over the river.  I also love to include an element of architecture, a chair, something that states how humans and nature interrelate"


Her photographs bring back memories of a favorite place or a time of joy and happiness.  They take you to places that you would like to be, a season that warms and cheers you, or a peaceful setting that soothes your soul.   The photographs can enhance your home or office, be a special gift for various occasions or be a remembrance of a special place.



2018 - 2024:  Art Curator

President, Sherman Artists Association

Vic-Chair, Sherman Commission for the Arts

Member of the LAND Gallery in Pawling, NY

Curator for the  Art Shows at the Sherman Library, Sherman, Conn.

Chair Great Hollow Photographers Club Juried Photography and Paintings Show at Great Hollow in New Fairfield, Conn.

Member of RiverWinds Gallery Online

Former Member and Publicity Chair for Gallery 25 and Creative Arts Studio in New Milford, Conn.

Judge for Photography at various camera clubs and organizations.

Member of the Dutchess County Historical Society and Donator of the Caroline Clowes Paintings.


2003 – 2016:  Hudson Valley Art Supporter/Gallery Owner

She is former co-owner of RiverWinds Gallery, 172 Main St, Beacon, NY.  The gallery opened in 2003 and was the longest running gallery on Beacon’s Main Street, representing over 50 artists and had been recognized as one of the best Art Galleries in the Hudson Valley.


Linda is past President of the BeaconArts Community Association  She helped create the organization, was on the board for 4 years and President for 4 years during which Main St Beacon, NY experienced a huge rejuvenation driven by the arts.  Beacon is now recognized throughout the world as an art destination.


Linda founded Art Along the Hudson in 2004 and chaired it for ten years.  This collaborative effort brought over 10 communities along the Hudson River together to represent the art towns and the art celebrations, and form a marketing effort to bring focus and awareness of their art activities. The Hudson Valley was recently recognized amongst the top ten art areas in the world. 


She is also a former board member of the Mill Street Loft Children’s Art Center, the Dutchess County Tourism Advisory Committee, and President of the Hudson Valley Artisans Guild. 


In 2009, Linda received the “Special Citation” Award from the Dutchess County Executive for all her contributions to the arts community in the Hudson Valley.  In 2011, she received the Dutchess County Economic Development Corporation Business Excellence Tourism Award for Art Along the Hudson.  And in 2014, Linda received the BeaconArts Award for all her contributions including citations from many dignitaries.


1997 – Today:  Photographer

Linda T. Hubbard is a fine art photographer who has been listed in the Art in America Guide. She has done fine art and craft shows throughout New York, Vermont, Massachusetts, and Connecticut and has exhibited throughout the Hudson Valley region and Connecticut at many galleries.  Her work is part of private collections in the United States, Canada, South America, Australia and Europe and sold through many local art organizations.


1966 – 1997:  IBM Corporation

Linda started in the Poughkeepsie, NY programming area, but soon moved into management becoming the first woman professional manager in the Poughkeepsie Manufacturing Plant in 1970.   She then held various management positions in Development, Marketing and Finance throughout the Hudson Valley.   She was the highest level woman who was also a mother in the 1980’s, Corporate Director of Programming.  When she retired, she was the North America Software Business Manager.


1966 Bates College, Lewiston Maine.  BS Math, Minor in Physics

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