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About Linda Wallentine
2016 - 2020
Lesley University College of Art and Design
Sally K. Lenhardt Leadership Award
Chi Alpha Sigma Massachusetts Lamda Chapter
Phi Eta Sigma Honors Society
Jacobson Art Fund Award
LUCAD Pre-College Residency Award
AP Scholar with Honor Award
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Event: Intellectually Engaged
Dates: Aug. 11, 2020 - Aug. 11, 2020
The Social Distance Gallery hosts "Intellectually Engaged," an online exhibition/gallery space on Instagram, for BFA and MFA shows that were canceled/effected by the pandemic.
I was grateful to be a part of this virtual experience with some of my peers and was able to showcase a few pieces from my BFA show!
"Before," "I'm still here," and "Longing" were exhibited.
Event: LA+D Senior Thesis Online Art Exhibition
Dates: May 8, 2020 - May 29, 2020
This online exhibition showcased the work of emerging artists from the BFA Fine Arts Class of 2020.
While the pandemic certainly changed how we presented our work, we adapted and created a virtual experience that allowed us to share our work with the world and loved ones.
My pieces "I'm still here," "Before," and three pieces from my Reflections series were exhibited.
Event: Junior Honors Exhibition
Dates: Dec. 13, 2018 - Dec. 21, 2018
Group exhibition showcasing the artwork of honors students working in various mediums, styles, and processes.
Event: AANJ Emerging Artists Exhibition
Dates: Jan. 5, 2016 - Jan. 24, 2016
Group exhibition of high school students in partnership with the Art Administrators of NJ.
Although we are all on separate journeys with individual paths, we are connected through our emotional state-of-being. Through exploration and reflection on my own emotional experiences and journey so far, I strive to create a dialogue between viewer and art that explores these connections.
I hope people feel something when they see my art. Whether that be a feeling of loss, a recognizable sensation of pain, sadness, or longing, I hope to create a moment that is both deeply personal and simultaneously ambiguous enough for the viewer to connect to as well.