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Education

MFA, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1993
BFA, Florida State University, Tallahassee, 1987

Solo Exhibitions

2014 “Title TBA”, Valencia College, Orlando Florida, Jan.-March
2013 “Hollow Dogs and Other Remnants” Barbara Archer Gallery, Atlanta GA, May-June
         “Holy Remnants”, The Fine Art Gallery, Tallahassee Community College, Tallahassee FL,
          February -March
2012 “Empty But Occupied”, Still Life in G Gallery, Bradenton Florida. February
2010 “Linda Hall’s Cabinet of Curiosities”, Phipps Gallery, Tallahassee Museum, Aug.-Nov.
2008 “The Beast in Me”, Youngblood Gallery, Atlanta Georgia, September
         “From the Woods”, Clinard Studio Gallery, Tallahassee, May

Group Shows

2011 “Saints and Storms”, Signature Gallery, Tallahassee, Two Person Show with Joe McFadden,     
2010 “Lite-Box”, Litebox Gallery, Birmingham AL, invitational.
2008 “Love, Lollipops and the Exquisite Corpse”, Chashama Gallery, New York, New York,
2007 “Contemporary Capital”, Pedestrian Project Gallery, Jacksonville FL, invitational show.
        “Presence”, Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies, , NY,NY.
        “New American Paintings”, 2007 Southern edition, volume #70, juried exhibition in print.
        “Love Your Mother: a Pictorial Discourse on the Environment”, LeMoyne Center for Visual      
         Art Center. Tallahassee FL.
        “Lovely Dark and Deep: Women Artists Retake on the Fairy Tale”, Pelham Arts Center,
         Prlham, NY            
2006 “Suspended Dreams,” 621 Gallery, Tallahassee FL. Three-person show.
“Notre Combat,” collaborative international project in which each artist manipulates a page from Mein Kampf. Paris, France. The combined works have become a book and film.           
2005 “Florida Focus: Northern Tropics,” Gulf Coast Museum of Art, Largo, FL. invitational show.
        “Art and Ecology,” Mary Brogan Museum of Art, Tallahassee, invitational show.
2004 “Bird Procession,” a Puppet Procession of Endangered birds, Tall Timbers Reserve,
         Tallahassee.
         “Florida by Florida Artists,” LeMoyne Art Center, Tallahassee, invitational show.
         “Macbeth,” live Theater Nemo puppet performance, Kleman Plaza outdoor stage
          downtown Tallahassee
         “Florida State University Faculty Show,” FSU Art Museum, Tallahassee,
2003 “Looking in on the Way Out,” Gadsen Art Center, Quincy, FL,  two-person with Joan Matey.
        “Catastrophic Interiors,” Goose Hall, Tallahassee, FL, two-person show with Dave Morris.             
2002 “Where’s Freedom, the Dog,” live puppet performance at 621 Gallery, Tallahassee.
          performance with Dave Morris.
         “Boxes Boxed,” Marimar Gallery, Sarasota FL. Group show.
        “Curious Things,” City Hall Gallery, Tallahassee FL. Three-person show.
2001 “Florida Artists,” Panama City Community College Gallery., Panama City, FL, with Mark
          Messersmith.  
         “Florida State University Faculty Group Show,” The Art Center, Panama City, FL,            
2000 “Revelation for Revolution,” Revolving Museum, Boston, MA, curated by
          Rebecca Hoffenberger,
         “Live Puppet Performance,” Bread and Puppet Theater, Glover, VT three week internship and
          performance
1999 “Grounded,” 621 Gallery, Railroad Square, Tallahassee, FL,
1998    “Altered Beliefs,” City Gallery East, Division of Cultural Affairs, Atlanta, GA. Invitational.
1997 “The Boy Who Was Aware,” Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York, NY.  Consignment.

Teaching Experience

Florida State University
2009-2013 - Art and Ecology
Adjunct Professor, Florida State University, Art Department, The Earth Project and Art
and Ecology,

2005- 2012 -FSU Summer Programs
Art Faculty, London Program for Florida State University International Programs.
Survey of Studio Art Practices. May -June.2008
 Art Faculty, Florida State University International programs, Leysin Switzerland, Digital
Photography, Survey of Studio Art Practices and Sketching the Environment,
May –June 2005.,2006, 2007.

1994- 2007 -Foundations
Adjunct Professor, Foundations courses, Life Drawing, Experimental Drawing, Two Dimensional Design, Painting and Drawing 1 and 2.

North Florida Community College
2010 – Foundations and Art History
Interim Professor, Drawing, Ceramics, Art History, August-September

Nova Southeastern University
1996- Humanities
Adjunct Professor, Humanities/ Art History, Art in Society, a humanities course on American culture since 1870. Tallahassee Campus. Summer term.

1998-2005 Various Experience/ Community Service

Art Instructor, Project director and teacher in Art in Education Grant project, a federal grant through the Department of Education at Florida State University involving seventh grade students in the painting of murals. Howard Middle School, Monticello, FL  January-May 2004, September-December 2005.

Art Teacher,  SAIL High School. School For Applied and Individual Learning. Tallahassee. Part-time. Aug. Fall 1999- Spring 2001

Visiting Artist, SAIL High School, a five-day program directing the designing and painting of a mural on an exterior wall in Frenchtown. Tallahassee, Summer term. 2003

Visual Art Director, F.A.C.E. ( Florida Arts and Community Enrichment), a program involving

underprivileged children with various art forms. Art Director and site supervisor for several mural

projects on exterior walls in the Frenchtown and Downtown areas. Part-time. 1993-2001

Art Instructor, “Fresh Start”, a summertime dropout prevention program that targets students from ages 9-12. Florida High School, Tallahassee. Summer term.1994

Art Instructor, Women’s Prison, ‘Writing As Outreach” program from FSU’s Creative Writing department, a program that combined courses in writing and visual art for inmates. Jefferson County Correctional Institution, Monticello, FL. Jan- April 1998

2003-2005 Executive Director
621 Gallery.  Tasks included chairing committees for exhibitions, installation,  grant-writing and fundraising. Railroad Square, Tallahassee, FL. January 2003-January 2005.

2007-2008 Americorps member
Wakulla Springs State Park. Environmental outreach projects and
Conducting interpretive tours down the Wakulla river. Jan. 2007- Dec. 2008

Reviews and Citations

Tallahassee Democrat, article about solo show at Tallahassee Museum, Tallahassee FL , August 2010
Art Cat, article about Presence exhibition, online magazine based in Greenwich Village NY NY, Fall 2007
Creative Loafing, Atlanta Georgia, article about art show at Youngblood Gallery, David Lee Simmons, September 15th 2008
Tallahassee Democrat, article about a mural project at PACE School for Girls, TaMaryn Waters, September 21, 2006.
St. Petersburg Times,St. Petersburg, FL, ”Northern Exposure, Lennie Bennet, art critic, September 25, 2005.
Boston Globe, Boston, MA,“Taking a Spin At The Revolving Museum,” Gerry Duehr, February, 2000.
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta, GA,“A Worldly-wise Black Aesthetic”, Jerry Cullom, July 17, 1998.
Creative Loafing, Atlanta, GA, “Altered Beliefs,” Cathy Byrd, July 25, 1998.
Tallahassee Democrat, Tallahassee, “Hallmarks,” Mark Hinson, Sept. 25 1997.
The Daily Sentinel, Nacogdoches, TX, “Best Art Show in East Texas Opens,” March 31, 1996.
Tallahassee Democrat, “Linda Hall’s Dolls,” Mark Hinson, September 15, 1995.

Awards

2010   - Grant from Education and Civic Leadership, FSU for the Earth Project course
2007   -Artist Enhancement Grant, Florida Division of Cultural Affairs
2003   -Honorable Mention, Florida Individual Artists Grant, Division of Cultural
Affairs, mixed media.
1996   -Honorable Mention, “Texas National”, Stephen F. Austin University Gallery, Nacogdoches TX. Juror: Faith Ringold.

Publications and CD Art

Anhinga Press Poetry magazine, front cover, 2013
New American Paintings, Southern edition, volume #70, 2007
My Last Door, Cover art for a book of poetry by Wendy Bishop, Anhinga Press, Spring 2007.
Langtree, Cover art for music cd by Patrick McKinney, August, 2003.
SunDog, FSU Literary Magazine, Tallahassee FL, editor, Stephanie Harrell, Spring 1998.
Three-Legged Dog, cover art for a book of fiction by Donald Caswell, Fall 1999.