As an English speaking American artist who tends to be reclusive, it is an effort to partake in my gallery exhibitions and interviews. Recently, I accepted an invitation to debut my Feminine Almighty series in Italy, in September 2018, at the beautiful Galleria Villicana D'Annibale. The exhibition was televised three different times on Italian television, ( I made two of three interviews) and there was an opening and closing event both of which I attended. My paintings were silent confidants, I trusted they would speak for me in those gatherings where I did not speak the native language. I watched as people took their time to observe my art, and felt fulfilled. Many sought me out in the crowd to offer cheek to cheek kisses, a few with tears in their eyes. The experience was life changing. It confirmed that my art is a language of its own. I no longer question what my purpose in life is. Here are the links to the interviews:
Glow Inc. chose me as their featured artist. They make glow-in-the-dark paint, which helps me get my visual point across. Here is the link: http://glow.glowinc.com/blog/junes-featured-artist-linda-storm/
LOVE & ART FEST
Feb 18 – Feb 19, 2017 Sat-Sun 3-8pm at Art Studio/Gallery of Linda Storm and Pablo Perea
Join us to celebrate the multicultural art we create together. It’s simple, come to our studio, listen to music and enjoy a feast of multicultural food. All art will be available at studio prices.
Three exhibitions at once; The New York Hall of Science, a juried international museum exhibition organized by Cynthia Pannucci, founder and director of Art and Science Collaborations Inc Titled FOOD, it was informative and thought provoking for all ages and set among interactive exhibits, and continued for more than a year. I felt honored to be included in such a prestigious exhibition in a fabulous museum located near the World’s Fair legacy, Flushing Meadows Corona Park.
The second exhibit was in Los Alamos, NM, at the beautiful and historic Fuller Lodge Art Center. The exhibit was titled I AM BECOME DEATH, a quote from the Bhagavad Gita, repeated by scientist Robert Oppenheimer who spoke those words after he directed the development of the nuclear bomb, after he realized its power to end life as we know it.
My third exhibit ended on October 16, 2016 at Offline Gallery on Ludlow in NYC, and not so exciting.
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