2019 Exhibitions

January 4- 27, 2019 Trees of Life at Old City Art Center. Small group show organized by smARTbusinessconsulting.org

Featuring work by Cynthia Back, Susan Benarcik, Frank DePietro, Linda Dubin Garfield and Amie Potsic.

First Friday followed by Shabbat dinner: January 4, 5-9 PM then dinner

Tu B’ shevat Celebration in conjunction with The Center for Art in Wood; January 14, 6- 8 PM

Closing Reception: January 27, 2- 4 PM

A portion of sales will be donated to Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh in honor of the 11 members massacred in October, 2018.

January 5- February 5, 2019 Professional Artist Members Show at Main Line Art Center

January 22- February 23, 2019 StarWheel Printers Group Exhibit at Trenton ARTWORKS

Artists’ Reception: January 26, 7 - 9 PM

May 1- 12, 2019 Then and Here- featuring works on paper by Linda Dubin Garfield and Photographs by Susan DiPronio

at Da Vinci Art Alliance

Artists’ Reception and Birthday Party-* May 1, 6- 8 pm

Closing Reception- May 12, 1- 5 pm

Featuring works on paper by Linda Dubin Garfield and photographs by Susan DiPronio whose work is inspired by memories and memoir. Garfield’s new work will work inspired by recent travel as well as memoir. DiPronio will feature photographs based on memoir and times pasIn the back room, there will also be an exhibit of works done in workshops led by Linda Dubin Garfield for Atria Senior Living’s Life Guidance Memory Care and Wesley Enhanced Living’s Memory Care residents.

 

*Donations in honor of Linda's birthday will benefit the Dementia Society.

 August 1- 18. 2019 BIGGER, an invitational group show at InLiquid Gallery at the CraneARTS Building
Featuring drawings by Ellen Abraham, works on paper by Linda Dubin Garfield, photographs by Gary Grissom and paintings by Sandy Neiman Lovitz

Opening Reception- August 8, 2019. 6- 8 PM

October- April, 2019 at the Free Library of Philadelphia- Main Branch

Voyages by Road and Sea, coming to the library’s West Gallery in October. This exhibition, organized in honor of the bicentennials of both Walt Whitman and Herman Melville, explores the idea of voyaging as a pathway to self-discovery. Highlighting collections held at the Free Library of Philadelphia and partner institutions, it will pair rare books, photographs, and historical artifacts with artworks by modern-day Philadelphia-area residents who find inspiration in Whitman’s and Melville’s writings.

Six of my works on paper will be included in this exhibition.