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Linda Gass


Environmental art

SF Bay Area

Environmental artist and activist. I make art about climate change, water and land use issues.

5 Posts

  1. Creating an exhibition and selling artwork often involves shipping. Learn how to reduce emissions and waste from shipping with Jamie Harker, Green Subcommittee Chair at ICEFAT, a global art logistics trade organization, at Art+Climate Action’s Monthly Webinar this Friday, May 5,
  2. "The Natural Other" exhibit at Mercury 20 Gallery

    Join us Saturday April 15 4-6 pm for a reception with the artists for “The Natural Other” at Mercury 20 Gallery in Oakland. Gallery member Ruth Tabancay curated the exhibit in honor of Earth Day, with works by five artists who each depict an intimate relationship with the earth.
  3. You are invited January 31, 6-7 pm PT, to join me and 7 other artists on Zoom for short 5-minute presentations about our work in the “Power of Empathy” exhibit. Juried by Tanja Geis for the Women Eco Artist Dialog, the exhibit highlights the power of empathy in finding our way t
  4. Tonight, January 27 6-8 pm, opening reception for “Under Water” at the Palo Alto Art Center. I’m showing several artworks, including this 8’ h x 10’ w photomural of The Living Shoreline Project and my
  5. Thank you Bay Nature Magazine and Matthew Tedford for featuring my work. Link to full article: #mapart #sciart #artistinterview #artistprofile

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