Jason McCoy Gallery Holiday show

Jason McCoy Gallery Holiday show
I am pleased to have my collage featured in “From Dark to Light: A Holiday Celebration,” an online exhibition.
Jason McCoy Gallery
through December 31

Circle Out; leaves on paper; 14 x 11 inches

Holiday show at LABspace

Holiday show at LABspace
"HOLIDAY" at LABspace Gallery
Annual BIG show of small, affordable artwork from 222 artists 
Exhibition Hours: Saturday & Sunday 1-5 pm through Sunday January 17th, 2021
Closing Weekend Festivities: Saturday & Sunday January 16 & 17th, 1-5 pm
curated by Julie Torres & Ellen Letcher
2642 NY Route 23
Hillsdale NY 12529
masks and distancing required
Inquiries: julielabspace@gmail.com

Title: Nature Notes: 4 x 4 (Nissa)
Medium: leaves, acrylic on panel
Dimensions: 4 x 4 x .5 inches
Date: 2020

USPS Art Project in Denver

USPS Art Project in Denver
“Cross Pollination,” is on exhibit at Art Gym Denver, now closed due to Covid but viewable online. This collage was started by CA artist Holly Downing (a friend from a residency at VCCA) with her cut up mezzotints and finished by me with my flower stain circles. The USPS Art Project — a fun way to connect with a friend. Check it out at www.artgymdenver.com/shop. Thanks to USPS project creator Christina Massey.

Art Gym Denver
1416 Leyden St, Denver, CO 80220
Exhibition Dates: November 5 - 29, 2020

Kentler Drawing Benefit

Kentler Drawing Benefit
I have donated a drawing to the Kentler International Drawing Space’s online benefit. Many wonderful pieces of art for sale for a good cause.

OCT. 16, 17 & 18
On view in the gallery: Sept. 12 - Oct. 10, 2020
Gallery Hours: Fridays, 10am - 3pm •  Saturdays, 1 - 5pm (masks required)

Kentler International Drawing Space.
353 Van Brunt Street, (Red Hook) Brooklyn, NY 11231

my contribution:
Title: Blues burst
Medium: flower stains, graphite on paper
Dimensions: 8 1/4 x 7 1/2 inches; framed size: 9 1/4 x 8 1/8 inches

Hammond Museum exhibition

Hammond Museum exhibition
I am pleased to have my collage of leaves included in the Hammond Museum's September Virtual Exhibition
Live Opening via Zoom/Facebook on Sat. Sept. 5 at 10:00 am
Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden
North Salem, NY
Curated by Bibiana Huang Matheis
including artists
Kenneth Sean Golden   Carol Radsprecher    Karen LaFleur
Nancy Tucker   三木 祥子 Shoko Miki   Jackie Merritt
LaThoriel Badenhausen   Yvette Cohen   Sarah Haviland
Bridget Pavalow   Patricia Stuart    Stacey Schuman
Karen Allen   Linda Stillman   Crystal Marshall
Asra Rán Björt   Hildreth B. Potts   Veronica C Wilkinson
Connie Freid   Nalini Rau   Leslie Pelino
Marlow Shami   Monroe Hodder   Melinda Tepler

Drawing Challenge online at Jason McCoy Gallery

Drawing Challenge online at Jason McCoy Gallery
The Jason McCoy gallery is pleased to announce Nathaniel Galka, Maja Kihlstedt, Linda Stillman, Lorraine Tady, Jackie Tileston, and Mary Wheeler as the featured contestants of our Drawing Challenge XII which was inspired by words from Pablo Neruda's “Keeping Quiet". 

Now we will count to twelve
and we will all keep still
for once on the face of the earth,
let's not speak in any language;
let's stop for a second,
and not move our arms so much.

It would be an exotic moment
without rush, without engines;
we would all be together
in a sudden strangeness.

Fishermen in the cold sea
would not harm whales
and the man gathering salt
would not look at his hurt hands.

Those who prepare green wars,
wars with gas, wars with fire,
victories with no survivors,
would put on clean clothes
and walk about with their brothers
in the shade, doing nothing.

What I want should not be confused
with total inactivity.
Life is what it is about;
I want no truck with death.

If we were not so single-minded
about keeping our lives moving,
and for once could do nothing,
perhaps a huge silence
might interrupt this sadness
of never understanding ourselves
and of threatening ourselves with death.
Perhaps the earth can teach us
as when everything seems dead
and later proves to be alive.

Now I'll count up to twelve
and you keep quiet and I will go.

Linda Stillman, 12 Skies During Covid, 2020, ink jet print, 24 x 18 inches

“Since 2005 I have been recording the sky everyday, in various media. For 2020 I have been taking square photographs of the sky and posting them on a dedicated Instagram account. This is a montage of sky photos from late April and early May when the Corona virus was at its peak in New York. This daily practice is important to me as a way to mark time and focus on nature; during the Covid crisis it has taken on a new meaning. Like the words in this poem, I stop for a second: I marvel at the timeless beauty of the sky and think about the contrast with the troubles here on earth.”
- Linda Stillman, 2020

Jason McCoy Gallery
41 E 57th Street, NYC 10022  T: 212.319.1996

"Summertime" at Bernay Fine Arts

"Summertime" at Bernay Fine Arts
Featuring Works By:
Warner Friedman, Mike Glier, Ellen Kaiden, Linda Pochesci, Scott Prior and Linda Stillman 

Bernay Fine Art
325 Stockbridge Road Suite #1
Great Barrington, MA  01230
(413) 645-3421
July 30th - August 24th, 2020

Gallery hours are Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday 11-5; Sunday 12-4. private appointments are available.

Above image: "Circle In;" leaves on paper; 14 x 11 inches; 2020


Mail Art projects

"We live in real time"

"My view from Home"

"Pandemic Times"

I have recently contributed work to some fun Mail Art projects:

    - “We live in real time” sponsored by Printed Matter in NYC

    - “My View from Home” organized by Jason Brown in Nashville  

    - Mail Art project organized by Jason Pickleman in Chicago

WAAM exhibition

WAAM exhibition
“FOCUS: Fish and Dish – A Fresh Take on Still Life” 
juried by Jason Andrew
Woodstock Artists Association & Museum
28 Tinker St., Woodstock, NY 12498

This exhibition was closed due to the Coronvirus pandemic.
Please visit the website for images.

Herb Silander
Joan Barker
Linda Stillman
Wendy Williams
Sascha Mallon
Rob Penner
Jeff Starr
Jenny Nelson
Mimi Young
Fern Apfel

Wave Hill exhibition

Wave Hill exhibition
“Winter Workspace Artists: Returning to the Source”
April 2020 
This exhibition was closed prematurely due to the Coronovirus shut down.
Please check out the digital catalog.

Wave Hill chose originality and diversity of artistic approach to frame Returning to the Source. Now a decade old, the Winter Workspace program is known for bold experimentation and for artists forging novel connections to nature. Reconnecting with former artists for the exhibition was exciting and meaningful. Bringing the artworks together now underscores the breadth of exploration that happens here. On view is an incredible range of media, including animation, video, performance, works on paper, sculpture, textiles, painting and mixed media.

Exhibiting artists are Whitney Artell, Michele Brody, Sindy Butz, Julian Chams, Elisabeth Condon, Dennis RedMoon Darkeem, Francisco Donoso, Dahlia Elsayed, Nicolás Dumit Estévez Raful Espéjo, Gwen Fabricant, Beatrice Glow, Sabrina Gschwandtner, Asuka Hishiki, Elizabeth Hoy, Nova Jiang, Yeon Jin Kim, Tamara Kostianovsky, Jessica Lagunas, Nick Lamia, Amy Lincoln, Robin Love, Next Epoch Seed Library (Anne Percoco & Ellie Irons), Paloma McGregor, Naomi Reis, Yelaine Rodriguez, Jessica Rohrer, Linda Stillman, Austin Thomas, Michael Kelly Williams and Ezra Wube.

Location: Wave Hill House
675 West 252nd Street
Bronx, NY 10471

Title: Hillsdale Sampler (Verbena-Angelonia)
Date: 2019
Medium: flower stains, graphite & ink on paper
Dimensions: 12.5 x 9.5 inches