Linda Stillman is an artist whose main focus is on investigating concepts of time, memory and nature. She works in various media: painting, drawing, collage, photography, sculpture and installation. Her work is eclectic, but consistently concept based and influenced by a minimalist sensibility.
The country and her gardens provide her with inspiration and raw materials for her art. Found objects and the detritus of everyday life also fuel her work.
Her work has been widely shown in galleries and museums and is in many private collections.
She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and the School of Visual Arts. She studied for two years at the Art Student’s League and received her MFA in Visual Art in 2003 from Vermont College.