Tracy Linder’s sculptures and installations address our integral connection to the land, the sanctity of our food sources and the innate survival skills of all species. Linder grew up on a family farm and now lives on the vast windswept prairie of south central Montana. It is a place where the life-cycle is prevalent and death is commonplace. Linder is interested in the individual biographies of the mundane; the endurance and perseverance of the vulnerable.
Linder’s works have been shown nationally and extensively in Montana, Colorado, Wyoming and North Dakota. In 2013, the Missoula Art Museum presented a solo exhibit of Linder’s Blindsided series. In 2012, the Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper, WY presented a mid career retrospective along with publishing a significant catalog. She has had numerous solo shows including: OK Harris Works of Art, NYC; Fort Collins Museum of Contemporary Art, CO; Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis; Gallery 210, St. Louis; Holter Museum of Art, Helena; Dahl Arts Center, Rapid City; Prescott College Art Gallery, AZ; and Yellowstone Art Museum, Billings.