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

"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!
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