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Post's paintings, pastels and monotypes have been exhibited in museums and galleries throughout the country and reside in many important public and private collections. She has had two solo shows at the Mary Ryan Gallery in New York City, seven one-person shows at the R. Michelson Gallery in Northampton, MA. Other solo shows include the Wisteriahurst Museum, University of Massachusetts and Mary Washington College. Her work has been exhibited in many prestigious group shows and juried exhibitions in New England, New York and the Southeast.


She has been featured in extensive photo essays in Poets & Artists, American Art Collector and  American Artist magazines. Her painting "The Raven's Gift" as the cover, and a six-page interview with photos, appeared in the Artful Mind Magazine. Her painting, "Solstice", on the cover of The Gettysburg Review received the Ozzie Award for Design Excellence; the Review also selected Post's work for an eight-page color portfolio inside the same issue.  Color reproductions of her work have graced the cover of Cornell University's Epoch literary magazine, and were selected for the cover and the content of five Return of the Goddess Engagement Calendars and the hardcover book, Return of the Great Goddess. Reviews and images of her work have appeared in the Boston Globe, the New York Times, Preview Magazine and other national and regional publications. A 24-page color catalogue was published in conjunction with her solo show, Balancing Acts, at the R. Michelson Gallery.


Linda H. Post is a graduate of the University of Rochester and did post-graduate work in printmaking at the Rochester Institute of Technology.  She has taught numerous workshops in figure drawing, pastel and printmaking. When she isn't in her studio, she works as Founding Director of the Paradise City Arts Festivals.

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