January 14 - March 5, 2023
Garvey|Simon Fine Art
538 San Anselmo Ave.
San Anselmo, CA 94960
Opening reception: Saturday, January 14, 6-8 pm
(San Anselmo, CA) Garvey|Simon is pleased to announce the opening of their newest California exhibition, Assembly Required. The show features eight artists who transform quotidian artifacts into beguiling assemblages. The works feature materials from safety pins and guitar strings to textiles and playing cards. Armed with various materials, each of these artists transforms the ordinary to extraordinary. Artists included are Ray Beldner, Joe Brainard, Joan Grubin, Tamiko Kawata, Linda Schmidt, Sharon Shapiro, Donna Sharrett and William Wegman. The exhibition will run from January 14th to March 5, 2023. Please join us for the Opening Reception, Saturday, January 14th, 6- 8pm at Garvey Simon Art, 538 San Anselmo Ave, San Anselmo, California, 94960.
For more information, contact Catherine Simon at 415-720-9252 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
February 9, 2023 - March 22, 2023
101 West Putnam Avenue (Second Floor)
GLOW features four artists: Ryan Crotty, Susan Meyer, Linda Kamille Schmidt, and Audrey Stone. While the artists’ mediums differ, these 2D and 3D works intersect with themes of colors, transparency, process, and materiality. Light plays upon gradations of color creating works that glow, pulsate, and float in space.
Curator: Ellen Hawley
Exhibit Date: August 9 – 27, 2022
Opening Reception: August 9th, 6-8 PM
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Kate Oh Gallery
31 East 72nd St. NYC
(On the corner of Madison Avenue)
Hours: Tuesday–Sunday 12–7 PM
Matrixes, related to the Latin word for "mother," originally meant "pregnant animal" or "breeding female" and was later generalized to mean "womb." Matrixes include any nurturing or supportive setting or substance usually within the fields of math and the sciences.
The idea for Matrixes Small Works derives from ideas conceived of by Elizabeth Riley and Christina Massey. An inaugural show was in 2018 and curated by Riley at the Abrazo Interno Gallery at The Clemente, NYC.
Riley stated: This "female collaborative group ... has undertaken an experimental exhibition employing an open approach, rather than an umbrella approach. The artists ... have traveled on overlapping paths in New York City’s art communities, and in their art practices. While their artwork demonstrates a variety of strategies and materials, and they are from diverse backgrounds, they appreciate their commonalities in a hectic world and divisive cultural moment, and pass around hats as to the curatorial/organizational roles each engages.
Matrixes Small Works celebrates the diversity and overlapping paths of these artists. The Kate Oh Gallery provides the environment to allow these creative connections to evolve and flourish.
This show brings together female artists who nurture each other and connect through the lens of their personal circumstances. These artists employ their perceptions, intuition and creative powers to bring into existence new and honest work.
Curator: Jaynie Crimmins
A pop-up show in a large rental truck featuring 7 women artists.
So say the artists: "The project evolved from a group chat. We are a NYC women's collaborative group who have traveled on overlapping paths in New York City’s art communities, and in our art practices. Color is an important element in our work. Some of us are very deliberate in our palette choices and some of us discover our palette through the source materials we employ."
The project will be installed in front of Mill & Main Provisions at 317 Main Street in Kerhonkson, where food and drink will be available. Exhibiting artists include Patricia Fabicant, Linda Schmidt, Ellie Murphy, Elizabeth Riley, Sylvia Schwartz, Carol Salmanson and Jaynie Crimmins.
Friday, July 22 - 12-7 PM
Saturday, July 23 - 12-7 PM
Sunday, July 24 - 12-7 PM
Free and open to the public.
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 4th 6-9PM
Exhibition Dates: June 4th – August 28th, 2022
TECHNE1609 Ord Way
Oceanside, CA 92056
The Royal @ RSOAA in partnership with TECHNE in Oceanside, California is pleased to present Color Continuum, a group exhibition featuring artists Nancy Baker, Gabe Brown, Jon Elliott, Jason Clay Lewis, Geoffrey Owen Miller, Elizabeth Riley, Jason Rohlf, Linda Kamille Schmidt, Suzan Shutan
A continuum of color forms when a beam of white light passes through a prism so that its component wavelengths are arranged in order. A spectrum is a condition that is not limited to a specific set of values but can vary across a continuum. The word was first used scientifically in optics to describe the rainbow of colors in visible light after passing through a prism. As scientific understanding of light advanced, it came to apply to the entire electromagnetic spectrum.
I'm looking forward to being the Red Barn Studio Museum Artist-In-Residence from April 3-16, 2022. I will be installing several outdoor pieces while I'm there. I will also be working on small fabric pieces in the studio.
- Red Barn Studio Museum, 212 S. Main St., Lindsborg, KS 67456
- Phone: (785) 227-2217
Saturday-Sunday: 1-5 pm
Tuesday-Friday: 10am - 5pm
Please stop by to say hello if you are in the area!
There will be an artist reception on April 8 from 5-8 pm.
Sixth Annual Exhibition of Artists Selected from the Gallery Review Program
An Artsy.net exclusive exhibition
December 1, 2021 – February 28, 2022
Nov. 13- Dec 18, 2021
Opening Reception: Saturday, Nov. 27, 5-7pm
ARTISTS: Erica Hauser, Linda Kamille Schmidt, Amy Morken, James Gallagher, Scott Ackerman, Suzanne Kiggins, Bradley Wood, Linda Colletta and others.
Our upcoming exhibition,“Dumplings and Sugar Cookies, a jam session” is tapping into the seasonal transition we are all feeling. As the weather gets colder and winter sets in, we snuggle up with warm drink and enjoy the “season of reflection”. Festivities are filled with family, friends and comfort food, followed by quieter times of contemplation and inward reflection.
Winter can to be the misunderstood season, some feel the grays skies, chill in the air and darkness to be a somber time. On the other hand some people find peace in the stillness of the landscape. Winter gives us an opportunity to slow down and observe what we see.
From abstract compositions to image based story telling, the exhibition, “Dumplings and Sugar Cookies … a jam session”, touches on a diverse group of artists hitting a cord with viewers. Suzanne Kiggins' paintings share an unseen experience showing a tension between order and chaos or internal and external worlds. Erica Hauser arranges shapes guided by an intuitive feeling for their points of connection- subdued and vibrant all at once. Linda Colletta uses loose compositions to explore desire and pleasure. Scott Ackerman's paintings are celebrated for being honest, raw, and relatable. Bradley Wood portrays a thoughtfulness that is open-ended. James Gallagher’s, collage series, “Life Cuts”observe the human condition with layering and puzzling of images. Linda Kamille Schmidt intimate textile works are layered with colorful transparent panels that interact with each other, creating a mix of hues and gestures. Amy Morken overlays images and figures in her drawings telling abstract stories in a stream of consciousness and a spontaneous impulse for the creative process.
Ongoing outdoor artworks and installations in conjunction with Artport Kingston.
ArtStream is a public celebration of art and nature along the Rondout Creek Riverwalk in Kingston, NY.
Vibe has been repaired and restored and is up for a 2nd season! It is near the ArtBuoy Space at 274 East Strand Street. Stop by ArtPort Kingston to ask for directions.
Curated by Audra Lambert
March 1, 2021 - May 27, 2021
The Yard (Williamsburg Bridge)
195 Broadway, 4th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Open M-F, 9:30 am - 5:30 pm
The Farm Show 2020
Tilly Foster Farm Museum
Brewster New York 10509
September 5 - October 31, 2020
7 days a week from 10-4pm and during restaurant hours
Schmidt, Linda K., Shift, 2020, fabric and Lucite weights, ca 84" x 84" x 12"
I am excited to announce that this piece will be on display at the US Embassy in the Republic of Palau as part of the Art in Embassies program (art.state.gov).
Schmidt, Linda K, Rhyme, fabric, metal rods and custom brackets, ca 51" x 36" x 5"
Installation at Main Window in DUMBO
1 Main Street, Brooklyn, NY
February 21 - June 19 (Extended)
Opening reception: March 3, 2020, 6-8 pm (in building lobby)
Curated by Jason Clay Lewis and Ilona Golovina
Nancy Baker, Jaynie Crimmins, Anastasia Komarova, Izabela Gola, Saskia Fleishman, Suzan Shutan, Linda Kamille Schmidt
Jan. 10th - Feb. 1st, 2020
Opening Reception:Friday, Jan. 10th, 7:00-9:00 PM
The Royal @ RSOAA is pleased to present, Color Spectrum a group exhibition curated by Jason Clay Lewis and Ilona Golovina featuring the work of Nancy Baker, Jaynie Crimmins, Anastasia Komarova, Izabela Gola, Saskia Fleishman, Suzan Shutan, Linda Kamille Schmidt.
A spectrum is a condition that is not limited to a specific set of values but can vary, without steps, across a continuum. The word was first used scientifically in optics to describe the rainbow of colors in visible light after passing through a prism. As scientific understanding of light advanced, it came to apply to the entire electromagnetic spectrum.
- A continuum of color formed when a beam of white light is dispersed (as by passage through a prism) so that its component wavelengths are arranged in order.
- Any of various continua that resemble a color spectrum in consisting of an ordered arrangement by a particular characteristic (such as frequency or energy).
A spectral color is a color that is evoked in a
normal human by a single wavelength of light in the visible spectrum, or by a
relatively narrow band of wavelengths, also known as monochromatic light. Every
wavelength of visible light is perceived as a spectral color, in a continuous
spectrum; the colors of sufficiently close wavelengths are indistinguishable
for the human eye.
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Royal @ RSOAA : http://www.rsoaa.com
Opening Reception on Saturday, August 31, 2019, 2-6 pm (rain date Sept. 1 or 2)
Mid-Run Reception on Saturday Sept. 21, 2019, 2-6 pm (rain date Sept. 22)
August 31 – October 26, 2019 at Saunders Farm In Garrison, NY.
Saunders Farm is located on Old Albany Post Road, the
historic earthen highway of the original route between New York City and Albany.
The property begins with rolling pastures and culminates on a majestic ridge
with 360-degree views of the Hudson Highlands. Black Angus cattle roam free. Artwork
sits in intimate woody glens to open fields and dramatic vast expanses defined
by stone walls.
for more info: www.collaborativeconcepts.com
May 11 - June 9, 2019
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 11, 2019, 5:00 - 8:00pm
532 Main Street Holyoke, MA 01040
Sunday, May 12, 1-3
Friday, May 17, 12-3
Saturday, May 25, 1-3
and by appointment:
A solar garden is a community shared
solar array, with grid-connected partners.
The title of the show refers to both the
important role the presence of light plays
in both artists’ work, as well as the concept
of shared energy in their decades-long
friendship as artistic colleagues. Glass and
Schmidt both rely on light as an active
element in illuminating and animating
their work. They have also supported and
encouraged each other throughout their
parallel creative practices over the years,
and that shared energy has played a
strong role in the ongoing development of
Transcendental Pathway is a group exhibtion held in the gallery at the Empire Stores in DUMBO (Brooklyn, NY) curated by Christina Massey, creator of Woartblog.
Empire Stores Gallery, 53-83 Water St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Christina J Massey
Christine Soccio Romanell
Transcendental can be described simply as abstract. It has other definitions though from mathematical use, such as incapable of being the root of an algebraic equation with rational coefficients, (π for example), or as relating to an experience determined by the mind’s makeup. Six artists in this exhibit take on different approaches to that definition through their individual styles of abstraction, be that from their intuitive creative approaches to inspiration from mathematical equations.
Works will be on view until April 29th, 2019.
Free and open to the public.
Artists will also be present for DUMBO Open Studios April 27/28th 1-6PM.
Contemporary Approaches to a Traditional Technique
A Group Exhibition of artist members from the NY Artists Circle
Curated by Christina Massey
Opening Reception: December 21st, 6-8pm
Dates: December 21st, 2018 - January 19th, 2019
485 Madison Ave
New York, NY 10022
Tuesday - Saturday 12-6pm
Closed on Dec 24th, Dec 25th, Dec 31st and Jan 1st
About the Show:
Atmospheric or aerial perspective refers to the traditional painting technique of creating an illusion of depth or distance by making objects appear less detailed and typically bluer than nearer objects, traditionally utilized in creating realistic landscapes. It is described as the air and all the particles in it, from dust to pollution that lingers between the eye of the viewer to the distant object that is the subject.
Contemporary perspective of what exists in that air is vastly different however than in past eras. These artists touch on the subjects of smog and pollution, that our air is full of invisible wifi signals, consider thoughts and ideas as objects floating in the air, and inspect the connection to our larger celestial atmosphere which is full of satellites that can cut through all of that distance taking incredibly detailed photographs.
This exhibition takes a new approach to visualizing what exactly is the air we breathe and live in today. How that air shifts and moves through storms, thought forms and energetic waves and how everything from science to social philosophies creates that atmospheric haze that alters how we view our contemporary landscape. The overall exhibition will still highlight that gray and bluish tone of the traditional atmospheric perspective but with pops of an orange-copper glow symbolic of more modern sunsets. These color choices hinting at that technical artistic training and understanding each artist holds despite their choice to forego the traditional landscape in their imagery.
Beth Barry, Fran Beallor, Yvette Cohen, Jane Dell, Karen Fitzgerald, Pauline Galiana, Elanor Goldstein, Peggy Klineman, Barbara Lubliner, Elizabeth Mead, Gammy Miller, Janie Milstein, Linda Lee Nichols, Anne Raymond, Phyliss Rosner, Andra Samelson, Linda Schmidt, Linda Stillman, Audrey Stone, Robin Tedesco
Circles, Staves, Sticks & Stripes:
Paintings and Fabric Installations
January 3 - 31, 2019
The Adler Gallery at the Port Washington Public Library
One Library Drive, Port Washington, NY 11050
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday -- 9am - 9pm
Wednesday -- 11am - 9pm
Saturday -- 9am - 5pm
Sunday -- 1pm - 5pm
(image: Spin, oil on canvas, 54" x 44")
Opening Reception: Friday, December 7, 2018, 6-8 pm
On view: December 7 – January 19, 2019
Open Daily 3:30-7:00 pm
Trill Matrix, a lively show of sculpture and installation, is the premier exhibition of the eponymously named female collaborative group. Curated by Elizabeth Riley, Trill Matrix is on display at The Clemente’s Abrazo Interno Gallery in the heart of the LES gallery scene. Artists include Nancy Baker, Jaynie Crimmins, Christina Massey, Elizabeth Riley, Christine Romanell, Linda Kamille Schmidt and Etty Yaniv. These artist use paper and paint, glass, fabric, pattern, light, repurposed beer cans and promotional mailings, and digital technology to speak about the pressing issues of the contemporary moment.
Abrazo Interno Gallery at The Clemente
107 Suffolk St, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10002
A Group Show Curated by Jaynie Crimmins
688 Linwood Avenue N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30306
Civil Discourse creates a visual dialogue challenging us to move beyond the historical and current divisiveness of red state/blue state politics and the turmoil our country is presently experiencing.
NYC and Atlanta artists, each pursuing a studio practice that connects in surprising ways, shift the present angry and finger-pointing discussions to one that finds common ground. Unbeknownst to these artists, the works they create are in conversation with each other. Many works are not mirror images and their relationship to one another might not be immediately evident. Civil Discourse connects these artists through imagery, treatment of subject matter, materials, technique or concept and celebrates the collective dialogue discovered in their art.
Photo by Catherine Kirkpatrick
Thanks to Catherine Kirkpatrick for coming to visit my studio and for her article on Art Spiel, a blog hosted by Etty Yaniv!
You can read it here:
Catherine Kirkpatrick: www.catherinekirkpatrick.org
Etty Yaniv: www.ettyyanivstudio.com
Allow me to Reintroduce Myself
An Art Exhibition for the New Cigar Factory LIC
9-20 35th Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11106
Welcome Party: Thursday, June 21, 5 – 9pm
Refreshments will be served.
Please RSVP: email@example.com by Monday, June 18 2018
Thursday, July 12th: 3-7pm
Closing Party: Thursday, July 19th, 5 – 9pm
The show will consist of over 100 pieces of 9 x 7" handmade paper, each worked on by a different artist, zipped together into one continuous, exuberant piece.
Each individual piece will be for sale with 10% going to Planned Parenthood.
Saturday and Sunday, April 28 and 29th, 2018, 1 to 6 pm
In conjunction with DUMBO Open Studios
55 Washington Street, Studio 257, 2nd Floor
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 25th 2018, 5-7pm
Exhibition on view: January 25- March 18th, 2018
The University of Mary Washington
1301 College Ave., Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Located on College Avenue at Seacobeck Street.
Regular hours: Tues-Fri 10am- 4pm, Sat-Sun 1-4pm
Closed during University holidays and breaks
Sideshow Gallery presents "The Greatest Show on Earth: Sideshow Nation VI", opening Sat Jan 13th, 6-9pm at Sideshow Gallery, 319 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn. Open Thu to Sun 12-6pm until Sun Feb 25. Directions -- L Train to Bedford Ave. Williamsburg stop then walk to 319 Bedford Ave. between S. 2nd & S. 3rd St. www.SideshowGallery.com
THE BIG SMALL SHOW 2017
OPENING RECEPTION WEEKEND
12/15/17 - 12/17/17
1/27/18 - 2/17/18
The biggest small works show in Jersey City
featuring over 100 artists from NJ/NY/CT/PA
180 Grand Street
Jersey City, NJ 07302
Fridays 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Saturdays 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Sundays 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
September 23 - 24 (Sat.-Sun.)
12 - 7 pm
Linda Kamille Schmidt
@ 44 Stewart Ave.
I will be opening my studio again for Bushwick Open Studios weekend. Please drop by!
44 Stewart Ave.
(alt. entrance at 203 Harrison Pl.)
Studio #20 - third floor
Brooklyn, NY 11237 (Bushwick)
"Mapping Brooklyn" @ Brooklyn Fireproof
Curated by Jaynie Gillman Crimmins and Etty Yaniv
Opening Reception: Sept. 22, 2017, 6-9 pm
In-Case Art Projects is at the lower level of the Brooklyn Fireproof Building located at
119 Ingraham St, Brooklyn, NY 11237
For the annual Bushwick Open Studios (BOS) event, In-Case Art Projects at the Brooklyn Fireproof Building brings together 15 women artists who are presently taking active part in the neighborhood’s arts community. Besides working on their art in Bushwick, some of the participating artists take additional roles as curators, community organizers, writers, and gallerists; altogether keeping Bushwick on the map as a prominent and vital NYC arts community.
Deborah Brown, Ellen Hackl Fagan, Liz Jaff, Anki King, Catherine Kirkpatrick, Deanna Lee, Ruth Liberman, Kay Sirikul Pattachote, JenJoy Roybal, Carol Salmanson, Hazel Lee Santino, Linda Schmidt, Shira Toren, Leslie Tucker, Etty Yaniv
Mapping Bushwick, Hours:
BOS weekend, September 22 to Septmeber 24: 11am to 6pm
The exhibition runs from September 22 till September 28, 2017