Here, visitors can see the large red brick building on the right which Linda purchased and renovated into condos. She lived in the top two floors with much of the art currently on view at Ruby City, installed there in her home. It is now privately owned and no longer part of the Ruby City campus.
Across the street is Chris Park a lush, one-acre park open to the public that is owned and operated by Ruby City. Created in 2005 by Linda it is dedicated to the memory of her late son Chris Goldsbury. Located in the Park is Studio, Linda’s former studio and now another exhibition space programmed by Ruby City.
To the far left, is the skyline of San Antonio, a city Linda was always proud to call home.
And of course, visitors are standing in Ruby City which represents her final wish--to create a building and art center that would serve as a gift to San Antonio, emphasizing artists and their creativity and granting the public access to the best of contemporary art.