Drawing at Kentler Benefit

Drawing at Kentler Benefit
I donated one of my flower pigment drawings to the Kentler for their
100 Works on Paper Virtual Benefit Oct 15 & 16
on view in the gallery from Oct. 1 - 13
Kick-off party Oct. 14
Kentler International Drawing Space
353 Van Brunt Street, (Red Hook) Brooklyn, NY 11231

Title: Equinox Colors
Medium: flower stains, colored pencil, graphite, varnish on paper
Dimensions: 9.5 x 7.5 inches

Elsewhere

Elsewhere
My print “Daily Sky & Earth: 11.27.21” is included in the virtual art exhibit “Elsewhere” curated by Hayley Ferber. Part of my long running project to document the sky each day.
On view on the New York Artists Circle website through October.
Zoom introduction to the show on Tuesday, 9/13 from 6:30-8pm. 

https://nyartistscircle.com/curated-shows/elsewhere#gallery114-21

Benefit Auction for WAAM

Benefit Auction for WAAM
I have donated a flower stain drawing to the auction to benefit the Woodstock Artists Association and Museum

PAPER UNFRAMED: BENEFIT ART AUCTION 2022
Online Bidding August 21-September 11, 2022
On view at WAAM September 2-4 and 8-11
Paper Unframed: Exhibition & Auction includes over 100 works of art by distinguished artists of the Hudson Valley/Catskills Region. The annual benefit exhibition and auction will take place online through Live Auctioneers and in the galleries over two weekends in September. The extensive selection of works on paper showcases the breadth of talent by WAAM’s artistic community and provides opportunities for collectors of various stages and interests to support the institution.
All work will start at $100 and proceeds will go towards supporting WAAM contemporary exhibitions and art education programs serving artists and students in the Hudson Valley/Catskills Region.

Visit LiveAuctioneers on or after August 21 to register and place your bid online.

Title: Sweet Sixteen
Medium: flower stains, ink on paper 
Dimensions: 11 x 10 inches
Date: 2018

Small Works: Cycle exhibition

Small Works: Cycle exhibition
Small Works: Cycle is an exhibition of works focusing on concepts around repurposing, transformation, and up & down-cycling. The works were selected from an open call to artists within 50 miles of Woodstock by juror Christy Rupp, an American eco-artist and citizen scientist.

July 15–September 11, 2022
Reception: Saturday, July 16 | 4-6pm

Woodstock Artists Association & Museum
28 Tinker Street, Woodstock, NY 12498

Exhibiting artists:
Joan Barker
Dennis Barna
Lynne Friedman
Gail Giles
Christine Guarino
Diane King
Carole Kunstadt
Nansi Lent
Iain Machell
Elin Menzies
Alicia Mikles
Grey Ivor Morris
Bill Rybak
Thomas Sarrantonio
David Schaengold
John Scribner
Rita Sherry
Herb Silander
Linda Stillman
Suzy Sureck
Joy Taylor
jd weiss

image above: Black Square: Touch
2022; acrylic, leaf fragments on paper; 8 x 8 inches

LABspace Summer Show

LABspace Summer Show
My collage is featured at LABspace Gallery in the dynamic group exhibition “Mountain High, Valley Low: Artists of the Hudson Valley” 

This celebration of artists in the region will be on view weekends 1-5pm through July 31, with extended hours for Upstate Art Weekend July 22 + 23 + 24: 10am-6pm

LABspace 
2642 Route 23, Hillsdale NY
julielabspace@gmail.com


Title: Black Square: Burst
Medium: acrylic, leaf fragments on paper
Dimensions:  14 x 11 inches
Date: 2022
 

"Serious Play" exhibition online

"Serious Play" exhibition online
Five of my drawings using sushi grass and ink are included in the show “Serious Play” presented by ODETTA Digital. This summer exhibition, curated by Ellen Hackl Fagan, is now open exclusively on Artsy. Hosted by SHIM Art Network.
Through December 8, 2022.

Grass for Sol, small: II
sushi grass and ink on paper
8 x 6 inches 

 

Far and Wide: Risk & Experimentation

Far and Wide: Risk & Experimentation
My drawing "Palindrome" is include in “Far and Wide: Risk & Experimentation”
curated by Seph Rodney
May 20–July 4, 2022
Reception: Saturday, May 28 | 4-6pm
Woodstock Artists Association & Museum, Main Gallery
28 Tinker Street
Woodstock, NY 12498
https://www.woodstockart.org/far-and-wide-risk-experimentation-2/

This exhibition of works explores the importance of risk and experimentation in art. This broad-range theme links artworks across all mediums that push boundaries in myriad ways: physical, emotional, political and conceptual. 


Title: Palindrome
Medium: flower stains, colored pencil, ink on paper
Dimensions: 14 x 10.5 inches
Date: 2020/2022

“Small Works: Largeness Writ Small"

“Small Works: Largeness Writ Small"
I’m pleased to have my drawing included in the show “Small Works: Largeness Writ Small,” curated by Buzz Spector at the Woodstock Artists Association & Museum along with some terrific artists.

For this exhibition of small works, juror Buzz Spector selected works that explore how medium and technique impact the perception of scale. “Largeness Writ Small” proves that even the grandest ideas can be portrayed in small format. 

Founders Gallery at the Woodstock Artists Association & Museum
28 Tinker St., Woodstock, NY 12498
May 20–July 4, 2022
Reception: Saturday, May 28 | 4-6pm

Title: Bidens Bounded
Medium: flower stain (Bidens) & graphite on paper
Dimensions: 7 x 9.75 inches
Date: 2019

Garden art exhibition

Garden art exhibition
I am pleased that my piece, ‘August’ Garden, a photograph of my garden installation, is included in the virtual New York Artists Circle exhibit, “I Dreamed A Garden: Inspired Gardens - Remembered, Observed, Imagined.” Curated by Lois Bender
Zoom opening Tuesday, May 17 at 7:00 pm
See it online at https://nyartistscircle.com/curated-shows/i-dreamed-a-garden

"Fragile Rainbow" exhibition

"Fragile Rainbow" exhibition
My collage is included in: 
FRAGILE RAINBOW: Traversing Habitats 
presented by EcoArtSpace, curated by Sue Spaid 
Including more than fifty artists from the New York City region addressing environmental issues
May 7 – June 4, 2022
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 7, 3-5pm. Closing Reception: Saturday, June 4, 4-6pm (Unfortuanatley I won't be able to attend these.)
Williamsburg Art & Historical Center,
35 Broadway, New York 11211

"Among Friends 3" exhibition

"Among Friends 3" exhibition
My leaf collage is included in the “Among Friends” show along with hundreds of wonderful artists!
“Among Friends” is a collaborative group exhibit, inspired by Robert Rauschenberg’s 1978 “Hiccups”. The show includes original works zipped together to create one long collaborative artwork.
Organized by Alexandra Rutsch Brock, Beth Dary & Patricia Fabricant
Equity Gallery
245 Broome Street
New York, NY 10002
May 6 – 22, 2022

Panel of artists at Horasis meeting

Panel of artists at Horasis meeting
I am honored to be invited to speak about my work and climate change at the Horases USA meeting on Friday, March 4.
The Arts – Empowering via Visualizations of Climate Change
Artists realize graphics of climate change events, creating a more accessible understanding of evolving ecologies. Will philanthropists be empowered by the Arts and their visualizations to entice further public awareness? How can artists better show their ecological images are relevant to governments and businesses reluctant to leave fossil fuels?
• Michele Brody, Artist, USA
• Kathy Bruce, Artist, USA
• Susan Hoenig, Artist, USA
• Fern Shaffer, Artist, USA
• Linda Stillman, Artist, USA
Chaired by
• Emily Wilkerson, Writer and Curator, USA

Art Spiel Interview

Art Spiel Interview
An interview with Jennifer McGregor about the exhibition “Landscape Deconstructed: Mimi Czajka Graminski & Linda Stillman,”  at The Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden. Thanks to Jennifer and Art Spiel’s editor Etty Yaniv!
Cllick on the link to read the interview or go to:
https://artspiel.org/landscape-deconstructed-at-the-hammond-linda-stillman/#more-11770