Linda Stillman employs diverse media including collage, installation, painting, photography, and sculpture to investigate concepts of time and memory through our interaction with nature. Of particular interest are the everyday objects that are often meaningless or overlooked and how they are collected, preserved, and remembered. By noticing and documenting nature and turning observations of daily life into art, her work conveys that our memories of the natural world can be preserved and not taken for granted.
Linda Stillman is a Hudson Valley artist who works in various media, investigating concepts of time, memory and nature. She has been awarded fellowships and residencies at the Virginia Center for Creative Arts (VA & France), the New York Foundation for the Arts Mark program, the Wave Hill Winter Workspace and The Studios at Mass MoCA. Her work has been featured in many solo and group exhibitions in galleries and museums around the country including the Brooklyn Museum, the Dorsky Museum, Hunter College Art Galleries, the Arts Club of Chicago, and the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey. Stillman’s art work has been reviewed in numerous publications including the New York Times and Hyperallergic. Her art is included in many private and public collections such as the Dorsky Museum and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Stillman is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania (BA), the School of Visual Arts and Vermont College of Fine Arts (MFA).