Tracy Linder

August 5, 2010 - January 31, 2011

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.