Hammond Museum virtual exhibition
"Landscape Deconstructed: Mimi Czajka Graminski and Linda Stillman" is a virtual exhibition on view at the Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden until June 2022. It is curated by Bibiana Huang Matheis. The opening on September 11, 2021, included a virtual conversation with Mimi Czajka Graminski and Linda Stillman moderated by Jennifer McGregor. A recording is available on the website.
The Hudson Valley artists met in 2011 and were immediately struck by the similarities in their work and have continued a dialogue since then. Landscape Deconstructed is the first time their artwork is presented in tandem and underscores the way that both artists discover elements of their surroundings and reassemble them in ingenious ways. Through distinct processes, they each preserve fleeting moments of beauty in nature while documenting a particular time and place.
365 Artists/365 Days blog
I was pleased to have an interview about my work posted on the website: "365 Artists, 365 Days" which dovetails nicely with my interest in daily practice.
The Arts Club of Chicago
Two years of my Daily Paintings appeared in the group show, "Figures and Grounds: Approaches to Abstraction," curated by Anne Rorimer, in the Spring of 2012.
NY Artists Circle
portfolio site of a professional artist group
Found New York, Photographs by Linda Stillman
solo show at the Mid-Manhattan Library, Fifth Avenue and 40th Street
A Matter of Time exhibition
Some of my "Daily Paintings" were included in this exhibition.
My Daily Paintings of the sky were exhibited at The Tank Space for Performing and Visual Arts: ArcheTime: Exhibition on Time; New York, NY; June, 2009
The exhibition was adapted and expanded into a book, Infinite Instances.
OK Harris Works of Art
This historic gallery in SoHo showed the work of Linda Stillman in a group show, "No Chromophobia" in the summer of 2008.