"Eggs are represented in every piece of art I make."
Linn's connection to eggs goes back to some of her earliest experiences. As a young girl in western Pennsylvania, she spent her days wandering in the woods, drawing organic forms of nature, finding feathers, broken eggs, and nests. "At my aunt's chicken farm, I'd sit for hours, mesmerized by the eggs going down the conveyor belt, enchanted by their perfection, enchanted by the calm I felt." She is drawn to an egg's perfect shape and the power of what it represents. "As a structure, it has magical qualities. A shape and form that has existed forever, it represents beginnings, hope, and perpetuity. An egg equals creation, simultaneously strong and fragile."