SOLO  EXHIBITIONS 


2016    Truth in Animals, Quincy Art Center, Quincy, IL.

            Truth in Animals, Durham Arts Council, Durham, NC.

2014    Wild Things, 2 Artist exhibition. The Museum of Greater Lafayette, Layfayette, IN.                

2013    Truth in Animals, Piedmont Arts Association, Martinsville, VA.

            Truth in Animals, Danville Museum, Danville, VA.

            Truth in Animals, The Creative Arts Guild, Dalton, GA.

            Truth in Animals, MacNider Museum, Mason City, IA.

2012    Truth in Animals, Valdosta State University, Valdosta, GA.

            Anecdotes & Parables: 3 Artist Exhibition, Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center, Portsmouth, VA.

            Linda Mitchell-Selections from Big Muse and Other Series, Peninsula Fine Art Center, Newport News, VA.

2011    Reveries: Works by Linda Mitchell, Gallery One Twelve, ,Atlanta, GA.    

            Radford University Museum, Radford, Virginia.

            Visual Arts Center of Northwest Florida, Panama City, FL.
Mary G. Hardin Center for the Cultural Arts, Gadsden, AL

           Memory, Fantasy, Mystery, Spiva Center for the Arts, Joplin, MO.

2010   Big Muse, Chastain Arts Center, Atlanta, GA.

Puppy Love, JRB Gallery, Oklahoma City, OK.

The Goddard Center, Ardmore, OK.

2009   World Grotto, Knoxville, TN.

Mason Murer Fine Art, Atlanta, GA.

2008    The Quest for Dignified Solace in an Otherwise Chaotic World, Tinney +Cannon Contemporary, Nashville, TN.

2007    Too Much will Never be Enough: Installation and paintings, Mason Murer Fine Art, Atlanta, GA.    

            Kanvas, New York, NY.

What are You looking  at?,  Exhibition and Artist talk, University of West  Georgia, Carrollton, GA.

2006    Serio in Verse: Installation and paintings, Mason Murer Fine Art, Atlanta, GA.

2005    Helen Beck & Linda Mitchell-Recent Work and Jane Doe Collaborations,  (2 artist exhibition.) The Gallery,     

            Cartersville, GA

2004    Embrace the Messy: Installation and paintings. Mason Murer Fine Art, Atlanta, GA.

2002    Macon & Co., Atlanta, GA.

2000    Macon & Co., Atlanta, GA.

1996    Metropolitan Arts Council Gallery, Birmingham, AL.

1995    Artforms, Atlanta, GA.

1994    Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA.

1993    David Fraley and Linda Mitchell, (2 artist exhibition),Trinity Gallery, Atlanta, GA.

            Matrix Non-Profit Gallery, (3 artist Exhibition,) Sacramento, CA.

1992    Atlanta Fulton Public Library, Atlanta, GA.

            Animals Within-Recent work by Linda MItchell, Birmingham Art Assoc., Birmingham, AL.

1991    Cutting Through-Sculpture and Paintings by Linda Mitchell, Callanwolde Fine Arts Center,

            Atlanta, GA.

            Berry College, Rome, GA.

1990    Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA.

1989    Colorbox, Atlanta, GA.

1987    Murray Goodsett and Linda Mitchell, (2 artist exhibition), Alias Gallery, Atlanta, GA.

            The Gallery at CNN Center, Atlanta, GA.

            Guma, (Three artist Installation,) The Blue Rat Gallery, Atlanta, GA.


SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2016    National League of American Pen Women 2016 Biennial. Women's National Democratic Club, Washington, DC.

2014    Small Works, Fulton County Arts & Culture, Atlanta, GA

2013    100 at 100, Georgia State University Gallery, Atlanta, GA.

            Georgia Artists, MOCA GA, Atlanta, GA.

2012    Group Exhibition, Thomas Deans Fine Art, Atlanta, GA.

2011    Portals to Fantasy, Anderson Center for the Arts, Anderson, IN.

            Rose Gallery of Fine Art, Joplin, MO.

2010    LaGrange National Biennial XXVI, LaGrange, GA

2009    Animal Logic: Artist Contemplate Creature Kingdoms, The College at Brockport, State University of New York,    Brockport, NY.

            Zen and the Art of Art, Soto Zen Center, Atlanta, GA.    

            Georgia Artists, Abernathy Arts Center, Atlanta, GA.

2008    Tinney  & Cannon Contemporary, Nashville, TN.

2007    Varga Gallery, Woodstock, NY.

            Spring Salon ’07, Lennox Contemporary, Toronto, Canada.

2006    Hand to Hand Project, Collaboration with Cecelia Kane, Ruby Green Gallery, Nashville, TN.

            The Patron Show, Legacy Fine Arts Festival, Cartersville, GA.            

            South Cobb Art’s Alliance Exhibition, Mableton, GA.

            The High Museum’s Arftul Garden Tour, Atlanta, GA.

            Mason Murer Projects, Atlanta, GA.

2005    The Emergent Eye, The Quinlan Visual Arts Center, Gainesville, GA.    

            Precious Gifts,  Gallery G, Baltimore, MD. 

            Mason Murer Fine Art, Atlanta, GA.

            Forces of Nature-Bienniel Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, Georgia Perimeter College,

            Clarkson, GA 

2004    Mason Murer Fine Art, Atlanta, GA.

            Tiny Works 2004, Project Gallery, Wichita, KS.

2003    Living Out Loud Gallery, Aspen, CO.

            CowParade Atlanta, Atlanta, GA.

2002     Interstice, a Collaborative installation by Jane Doe, The Contemporary, Atlanta, GA.

            Veneralia, Michael C. Carlos Museum, Atlanta, GA.

            Software, The Art Spot, Atlanta, GA.

2001    Harvest Show, Art Farm, Atlanta, GA.

1999    Hysteria: An installation by Jane Doe, Eyedrum, Atlanta, GA.

            Macon & Co., Atlanta, GA.

            Vessel, The Modern Primitive Gallery, Atlanta, GA.

            Fragments, Spruill Center Gallery, Atlanta, GA.

            Small Painting and Sculpture, Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas.

1998    Jane Doe, Her Self, Georgia Perimeter College, Clarkston, GA.

            Trees-Invitational, Quinlan Art Center, Gainesville, GA.

            Jane Doe: Paper Dolls, Atlanta Fulton Public Library, Atlanta, GA.

1997    Jane Doe:  An Introduction, City Gallery East, Atlanta, GA.

            Atlanta Biennial, Nexus Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, GA.

            Jane Doe’s Sketchbook, Atlanta Fulton Public Library, Atlanta, GA.

            Outdoor Sculpture, Dekalb College, Clarkston, GA.

1996    Artlink Contemporary Art Gallery, Fort Wayne, Indiana.

            Emmie Smock Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

            ArtStation, Stone Mountain, GA.

1995    Bestial Angels, Curated traveling exhibition, William King Regional Arts Center and 

            Portsmouth Museums, Abingdon, VA.

1994    Tannery Row Sculpture Garden Exhibition, Buford, GA.

            The Madison Morgan Cultural Center, Madison, GA.

1993    Atlanta Gallery Association Sculpture Show, One Peachtree Center, Atlanta, GA.

1992    Dekalb Council for the Arts ‘92, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, GA.

            King Plow Sculpture Show, King Plow Arts Center, Atlanta, GA.

1991    Outdoor Sculpture Forum, The Carter Center, Atlanta, GA.

1990    Artists in Georgia, The Albany Museum of Art, Albany, GA.

1989    Georgia Artists ‘89, Dekalb Council for the Arts, Atlanta, GA.

1988    Small Painting and Sculpture Show, Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, TX.

1986    Vault Installation Series, Club Rio, Atlanta, GA,



EDUCATION

1994    MFA- Sculpture, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA.

1990    MFA- Drawing & Painting, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA.

1982    BFA- Drawing & Painting, University of Georgia, Athens, GA.


SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Ellis, Erin, “Mixed media exhibit inspires students.” The Specator. September 20th, 2012.

    http://www.vsuspectator.com/2012/09/20/mixed-media-exhibit-inspires-students

Nelson, Cindi, “Mitchell, Geigich artistic work on display.” Gadsden Times. January 18, 2011.

    http://www.gadsdentimes.com/article/20110118/NEWS/110119826

Mariwinn, “Spiva comes alive with the work of Linda Mitchell.” Joplin Independent. Feb. 1, 2011.

    http://www.joplinindependent.com/display_article.php/mariwinn1294900661

Guinn, Sarah. “New exhibit at Spiva features exploration of memory.” Joplin Globe, January 7, 2011.

Brandenburg, John. “Much to ‘Love’ in two Exhibitis.” NewsOK.com. Powered by The Oklahoman, Feb. 7,     2020.

Nabulsi, M. Ryan. “Mason Murer Group Show.” Art Relish, March 2nd, 2009, artreslish.com.

    http://artrelish.com/2009/03/02/mason-murer-group-show/

Rudloff, Andee. “Further Ado” Nashville Arts Magazine, June/July 2008, pp.31-33.

Wenderoth, Morgan. “Childhood memories abound in ‘What Are You Looking At?’” The West Georgian,     Wednesday, February 14, 2007. vol.. 56, issue 5. 

Long, Nathan. “Emergent Eye has eye-catching art at the Quinlan.” The Gainesville Times. (Thursday,     December  8, 2005, Get Out Section, p.6D.

Feaster, Felicia. “Wide Open,” Creative Loafing,  February 20-26, 2002, p. 57.

Cullum, Jerry. 1997 Biennial, Review. Art Papers, July/August 1997, vol.21 issue 4  p.40.

Fox, Catherine. “Punch Lines at an Exhibition,” The Atlanta Journal & Constitution, 

    (Friday, April 11, 1997. p. P8).

Beck, Helen S.  Review. Art Papers, September/October 1995, vol. 19 No. 5, p.59.

Cullum, Jerry. “Twisted Metal says Much about States of Mind.”  The Atlanta Journal &

    Constitution, (Friday, June 11, 1993. C11).

Nelson, James R. “Mitchell Mixes Therapy with Themes in ‘Animals Within.’”  The 

    Birmingham News, Sunday, April 12, 1992, p.7F.)

Cullum, Jerry. Review. Art Papers, November/December 1991, vol. 15 no. 6 pp. 97-8.

Cullum, Jerry. Review. Art Papers, September/October 1989, vol. 13, no.5 p. 59.


AWARDS/HONORS

2009-10        Artist Project Grant, City of Atlanta Bureau of Cultural Affairs.      

2002             Artist Project Grant, City of Atlanta Bureau of Cultural Affairs.

1997          Artist Project Grant, City of Atlanta Bureau of Cultural Affairs.

1992          Individual Artist Grant, Georgia Council for the Arts.

1989        Grand Prize Award, Georgia Artist ‘89.

1988          Binney & Smith Fine Art Achievement Award.



SELECTED COLLECTIONS


Museum & Corporate Collections: Danville Museum, Piedmont Arts Association, Peninsula Fine Arts Center, Radford Museum, Visual Arts Center of Northwest Florida, Spiva Center for the Arts, Mary G. Hardin Center for the Cultural Arts, Fulton County Arts Council, King & Spalding, L.L.P; Blackdog Studio, Carlson & Mosley, Architects, Carrie Steele-Pitts, Inc., Goodman Decorating, Inc., & Sadie G. Mays Center.


Private Collections: Brandon Adams, Susan Ahl, Frances Avgerinos, Magdalena Bach, George Beasley, Helen Beck, Susan Bell, Susan Boyd, Elizabeth & Jimmie Brewer, Julie Brown, Tina Brown, Rebecca Burcham, Lilly Cannon, Virginia Canon, Stanley & Tony Casadonte, Glenn Chitlick, Nancy Condon, Dennis Crosby, Darcey Quinn, Dennis Dean, Leslie Diamond, Mark & Elizabeth DiNatale, Chrissy Dolan, Terry & Stephen Drahos, Ken Fortuna, Jane & Michael Freeman, David Gedes, Lori Gene, Deb Germaine, Julie Grant, Janet Griesbach, Melissa Griffith, Sarah Hatch, Darcy and Jimi Hawes, Abbigail Higgins & Rick Stewart, Richard Hezlep, Deb & Peter Hill, Janet Hinerfeld, Julie Hodack, James Hull, Mary Anne & Joe Hynes, Dwight James, Kathleen Kane and Ricky Penn, Kendal Keeling & Steve Eighmey, Laura & Bob Keller, Mary Swan Lamar, Jyll Laws, Valerie Levin, Doug Macon, Lawrence Meder, Patty Nelson Merrifield, John & Linda McIntyre, Shelly Moore, Christianna and Marc Mosley, Helen Taratus-O’Connor, Mark Ogletree, Linda Parker, Michele Pizer,  Mark & Wendy Pollock, Darcey Quinn, Raphael Ravilla, Pisha Reardon, Jeannie Rochelle, Petra & Trevor Russell, Pamela Smart, Sebrina Smith, Peter Spirer, Marilu Stevens, Karen & Keith Summerour, Cathy & Bob Teehan, Kiska Thompson, Bill Turcotte, Suse Volk, Ginny Wells, Molly Reed Woo, Wesley Wright,