Linda Gray


Paintings by Linda Gray on exhibit at Cook Library

TAMWORTH — For the months of March and April, the Cook Memorial Library’s art show will feature oil paintings by Linda Gray. “My paintings speak to a love and memory of place. My work represents both plein air and studio work from photos and imagination. I paint the landscapes I love — from the White Mountains of New Hampshire to the coastal islands of Maine.
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Linda Gray

Linda Gray, 71 passed away peacefully January 1, 2021 in Hanford, Ca. Linda was born to William & Wanda Baker, Oct. 18, 1949 in Santa Rosa Ca. Lindas family moved to Selma where she attended elementary and Selma High School. Linda worked at West Coast Packing, Del Monte and Contadina Packing House. Linda enjoyed playing Bingo and loved visiting with friends.
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Linda Gray, who played Sue Ellen Ewing in CBS’s classic drama “Dallas,” was leaving after being fired until a co-star saved the day. Let’s set the stage for what was going down, according to an article in the Daily Mail. Gray did spend a lot of time building up her Sue Ellen character, one that was beloved by many “Dallas” fans. As she was focusing on her career, Gray’s private life was falling apart.

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