Lindly is a founding member of the National Polymer Clay Guild. Along with Pierrette Ashcroft, she is the author of “Artist’s at Work: Polymer Clay Comes of Age.” Lindly’s latest book was written with Maggie Maggio. “Color Inspirations” has become the reference manual for the polymer community and for artists in other media as well. She has produced several video workshops and been featured in many magazines.
She began teaching workshops in 1990 and enjoys traveling to lecture and inspire artists. She is known for her gentle and empowering teaching style.
Lindly Haunani’s passion for food and cooking provide a basis for her inspiration when making things. This is often expressed via color, construction techniques and form. In addition to many private collections her work is part of the permanent collections of the Racine Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Newark Museum of Art, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Meinge International Museum in San Diego. She has a BFA, in Printmaking from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA.