Medium: Oil on canvas
Size: 30 x 32 cm
Waber was born in Lower Austria and lives as a freelance artist in Vienna and Lower Austria. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Art, Vienna (Master class for Graphic Art with Professor Melcher). She also received a scholarship for study in Japan.
Her selected solo exhibitions include: Belvedere Austrian Gallery, Atelier im Augarten, Lower Austrian Documentation Centre, St. Pölten, 1997; Galerie Contact, Vienna, 1997 and '95; Buchbilder (Book Pictures), Austrian National Library, 1995; Galerie H. Schneider, Horgen, Switzerland, 1994, '90 and '86; Galerie Vita, Bern, 1993, '90 and '86; Galerie Figl, Linz, 1991 and '85; Galerie Würthle, Vienna, 1990, '88, '85, '82, '80 and '75; Galerie Weiz, Salzburg, 1988, '85, '78 and '76; and Galerie Seifert-Binder, Munich, 1983 and '80.
Her selected books include: an der Wien, woodcuts, Line Waber, texts and photographs by Bodo Hell, afterward by Angelika Bäumer, book design by Hil de Gard, Vienna, 1997; Schreibgehäuse, original book with contributions from Friederike Mayröcker, Ernst Jandl, Bodo Hell, Linde Waber, Austrian National Library, 1995; Waber Vegetativ, oil paintings and daily drawings 1987-1997, Gerbert Frodl, Kristian Sotriffer, Friederike Mayröcker, Bodo Hell, Regine Schmidt, Österreichische Galerie; Gausplatz II, text by Lotte Ingrisch, photos by Bodo Hell, woodcuts by Linde Waber; Ende, Elfriede Jelinek poems, Linde Waber woodcuts, David-Presse, Vienna, 1991; and Umbra. Der Schatten. Zu Arbeiten von Linde Waber, Hora Verlag, text by Friederike Mayröcker, 1989.