After completing a Foundation Course at Blackpool College of Art & Technology, Linda Browne trained at Bath Academy of Art, Corsham, in the late 70s. Whilst there, she began experimenting with light and shadow on objects which led her into monochrome designs not dissimilar to the scraperboards played with as a teenager. The same process is now employed with her checked black and white one-off gallery pieces.
Linda Browne lived and continued her ceramics at Ormond Rd Workshops in North London before moving to Dorset in 1986 where she helped set up River Lane Pottery with its owner, Lucy Yemanakis.
Apart from running weekly classes, she also produces several ranges of studio tableware, mostly thrown in a variety of clays, ranging from terracotta, white earthenware and white stoneware.