Temple News FringeArts: Display tells story through clothing - https://t.co/NmWSTeLILj
“Clothing: Stores from the Closet,” City Suburban News, August 31, 2016, page 2
ARTsisters’ Exhibit “American Dreams” In July, City Suburban News, June 22, 2016
From Founding Mothers to ARTsisters: Defining the American Dream, Rachel Kurland, Jewish Exponent, June 22, 2016
Linda Dubin Garfield, 10 years of Art and Caring @ Philly Fringe Festival
YouTube Video by John ThorntonFor the past 10 years on her birthday, Linda Dubin Garfield has a party and asks her guests to make collages and donations to the charity of the theme. Months later, at the Book Trader, as a part of the Philly Fringe Festival, Linda exhibits these, as well as her own art, and invites the public to participate. Proceeds from sales go to charity. This year's theme is "Family," and the recipient is Family Support Services.
Jewish Artists Prove To Be Fringe Element, Jewish Exponent, 9/3/15, by Marissa Stern
FAMILY: Portraits + Stories at Fringe Arts Festival, City Suburban News, 8/19/15
John Ricciutti with Linda Dubin Garfield and Monique Kendikian-Sarkessian on Radnor 21, June 2015 discussing ARTsisters, art and human trafficking
Montgomery Ticket, June 12, 2015 by Tara Lynn Johnson:
2 Articles about ARTsisters, City Suburban News, June 3, 2015
Photos: Paintings, printmaking part of Jenkins heritage, Main Line Suburban News, 5/20/15, by Joan Bang
...In addition to a look at ARTsisters’ already hanging artistic endeavors, the assemblage at the arboretum was there to learn about the art of printmaking. Attendees got to see the process from start to finish done by As founder and local expert on the subject, Linda Dubin Garfield. Next up for the prolific ladies is a month’s long show at Main Line Art opening June 19.
Breast Cancer Survivor Marks 10years for ARTsisters, Chestnut Hill Local, posted on December 11, 2014 by Lou Mancinelli
... Garfield has taken to traveling to faraway places with her husband and making art with a colorful rhythmic approach, with a quality that makes one think she has been refining her craft since she was eight. There’s something peculiar to her paintings that at once bring to mind French masters of the late 1800s and early 1900s and the calm, flowing feel of the Japanese paintings of curling waves or a fishing village. They blend the magic world of imagination with a thoughtful and evocative reality that seems to be on the move, like a ripple. http://www.chestnuthilllocal.com/2014/12/11/breast-cancer-survivor-marks-10-years-artsisters/
Art Show at Gratz College Focuses on Holocaust and Lessons Learned for Future Generations, City Suburban News, December 10-16, 2014, page 3. http://issuu.com/citysuburbannews/docs/csn_12_10_14_issue
GRID Magazine blog post, November 29, 2012 http://www.gridphilly.com/grid-magazine/2012/11/29/shades-of-green-local-artists-repurpose-their-work-to-create.html
Art/Faith, Victoria Donohoe, Philadelphia Inquirer, September 16, 2011 The current "A Fusion of Judaism and Art" exhibition at the Old City Jewish Arts Center provides a useful opportunity to look again at the work of some artists familiar in the Philadelphia area, and to enjoy the color, emotion, and excitement expressed in many media.
Standouts among 18 artists represented include Abraham Davidson, Linda D. Garfield, Jonathan Mandell, Joseph Painter, Merle Spandorfer, and Etta Winigrad.
Old City Jewish Arts Center, 119 N. Third St. To Sept. 30. Tuesday-Thursday 1-6 p.m. Free. 215-923-1222.
Art Thou: ARTsisters Exhibit EXpression in Mount Holly, Andy Stettler, Montgomery News, November 30, 2010
Local Artists Reveal “Hidden Children” in Secrets and Shadows,” Tara Lynn Johnson , Montgomery News, November 25, 2010
Wynnewood Artist on the Fringe, Tara Lynn Johnson, Montgomery News, September 8, 2010
Let's Face It! by John Vettese, City Paper, September 8, 2010
Hers and His, review by Victoria Donohoe, Philadelphia Inquirer, 6/11/10
Linda Dubin Garfield and Rich Dunbrack share a show at Z Gallery in West Chester. Wynnewood's Garfield relies on both chance and choice as she moves rapidly among printmaking, photography, collage, and digital imagery. Omitting most historical references from her art, she often prefers abstraction, her scatterings of mottled colors exuding a tranquillity heightened by the exuberance of textured surfaces.
USAirways Magazine, September, 2009 In Brief / From the Editor’s “Blogging Is a Form of Journalism”...
The site is appropriately titled The Art of Travel, and you can instantly see why. A printmaker and mixed-media artist, Linda Dubin Garfield is an avid traveler who uses her journeys as the inspiration for her creations.
Linda Dubin Garfield on “Coming of Age” on WHYY can be viewed online at:
Linda Dubin Garfield: Crowning Glory: Hair Portraits and Stories, Philebrity, September, 2009
http://www.philebrity.com/2009/09/04/a-smattering-of-oddballs-and-nudities-a-very-brief-guide-to-the-2009-live-artsphilly-fringe-festival/Our second free pick is definitely Crowning Glory by local artist Linda Dubin Garfield. This installation encourages you to include your own hair portrait, hair stories, and if you’re the shy type, you can just walk around the ever-expanding exhibit and enjoy.
The Art of Linda Dubin Garfield by Josh McIlvain, Live Arts Blog, August 7, 2009
The Art of Travel: Reflections by Printmaker and Mixed-Media Artist Linda Dubin Garfield, interview by Andrea K. Hammer, director, Artsphoria e-magazine, July, 2009l
Hot Show, Review of Summer in the City at Projects Gallery by Edith Newhall, Philadelphia Inquirer, July 12, 2009
Post by Roberta Fallon and Libby Rosof, The Art Blog , July 7, 2009
Artist makes the most of bad and good hair days, article by Mischa Aaron Arnosky , Philadelphia Inquirer, April 29, 2009
A Night of Art at Penn Wynne Library, article by Jerry Bloom, City Suburban News, January 7-13, 2009
LANKENAU HOSPITAL , THE NATURAL WORLD UNVEILED, Features mixed-media work by Linda Dubin Garfield including her piece "Yellow Sky," which recalls images of microscopic life just as it does a skyscape, City Paper, 1/8/09
Art Exhibit at Lankenau Celebrates the Joys of Nature, article by Tara Lynn Johnson, Main Line Times, 11/5/08
ARTsisters Member Show at Tyme Gallery, review by Victoria Donohoe, Philadelphia Inquirer, 7/20/08
Main Line Art Center, review by Victoria Donohoe, Philadelphia Inquirer, 2/24/08
Color for Color’s Sake, article by Shannon Collins, Lifestyle Magazine, December, 2007
First Friday Fun, article by Jillian Ashely Blair Ivey, Phillyist.com, 12/7/07
A Festival with Focus on People’s Memories, article by Dianna Marder, Philadelphia Inquirer, 11/6/07
Interview with Artist Linda Dubin Garfield, A Smile In The Making, Janet Nelson’s Citizen Blog, Philadelphia Inquirer, 9/07
Montco Performers Add Zest to the Live Artsfest, article by Kristin Pazulski, Montgomery County Ticket, 8/28/2007
Close Up, article in AMIT Magazine, Summer, 2007
Art of the State or State of the Art? review by Lindsay Warner, The Bulletin, 6/8/07
Living Out Loud, Solo Show at Penn Wynne Library, review by Victoria Donohoe, Philadelphia Inquirer, 1/14/07
The Artist’s Life: Speaking ofAge: A Series of Women by Lisa Wurster, The Artist’s Magazine, November, 2006
Invisible/ Invincible Women: Portraits of Women of a Certain Age, reviewby Gwen Tuxbury, City Paper, 10/10/06