Photos: "Linda Cohn was here."
Department of Cultural Affairs, Savannah, Georgia. Sept. 5 - Nov.
and raised in Chicago, Linda Cohn studied, worked and taught at
the Museum and School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She credits
these environments as the basis of her development as an artist.
received an MFA in painting from the School of the Art Institute
of Chicago, and a BFA and MA in printmaking from Bradley University
in Peoria, Illinois. She also studied at the New York Studio School
and was an Artist-in-Residence at Ragdale Foundation and the Ox-Bow
School of Painting & Sculpture.
She has taught at Chautauqua Center for the Arts, the School of
the Art Institute of Chicago, Savannah College of Art & Design
in Savannah, Georgia, and Lacoste, France, Ox-Bow School of Painting
& Sculpture, Hinsdale Art Center, and the Evanston Center for
the Arts. She was also hired as an archaeological draftsman for
the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago to document
a New Kingdom temple in Luxor, Egypt.
work has been exhibited in more than 58 solo and group shows at
venues that include the Pratt Graphics Center, the Art Institute
of Chicago, American University in Cairo, Department of Cultural
Affairs in Savannah, Georgia, the Rockford Art Museum, and the
Evansville Museum of Art, History, and Science. Linda Cohn's work
is also in numerous public and private collections in the United