Linda Jules was born in Montreal and lives in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. She has worked in the arts and culture field since 1986, in management, governance and art practice. Jules earned a Diploma in Cultural Resources Management from the University of Victoria (1988) and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Thompson Rivers University (Medal Winner in Fine Arts) in 2007. She is a founding director of the Kamloops Printmakers Society, a co-operative print artists' studio. Jules has exhibited her work in Canada, the U.S., Spain, France and the U.K. Notably, Jules’ work was selected for exhibition at the Impact8 International Printmaking Conference in Dundee, Scotland (2013) and the Northern Print Biennial in Newcastle, England (2009). Her prints were selected by the Society of Northern Alberta Print Artists for exhibition at the Graff, centre de conception graphique in Montreal and at the Belfast Print Workshop in Northern Ireland (2010). Her prints can be found in private and university collections in Canada, the U.S. and Europe.