Linda Gleitz Art
New WorkSocial StructureCapistrano Series
I was quoted on the front page of the Denver Post today (happens to be April Fools Day!). The article is mostly about the Navajo Arts District but I got a small plug for my show!

And yet more news... I am having a show at Zip 37 Gallery in Denver April 14 -30. The opening reception is April 14 5-10pm.
The show is called "Misplaced and Displaced People, Ruminations About Immigrants, Refugees and Victims of Wars". Go to for hours and other info.

More News...I was accepted to a show in Huntington NY that was juried by Jennifer Harris, a curatorial asst. at MOMA NYC! Yeah!!

News! I was the featured artist on the National Women's Caucus for the Arts website for the month of April. I am quite honored!

This is another piece in the series I'm doing about refugees, immigrants and victims of war. This is called "News, Refugee Camp". The show will be called "Misplaced and Displaced People". I will be showing this work in April at Zip Gallery in Denver in April.

I make message driven art because I believe we can use art to help change the " f...ed up world. I am trying to affect compassion in viewers. I am currently working on a new series about immigration and refugees as well as another incarnation of Social Structure. (this city out of clay will stack better on the gallery wall and it will stay together as one installation...the first one I sold off building by building.


Linda studied art at the University of Colorado and then had a family and a job that consumed most of her time for 35 years. She has been fortunate to turn back to her artwork full time for the last four years. She shows locally, regionally and nationally. She enjoys supporting the art community in her hometown by participating in Artwalk, Longmont Studio Tour and other local events. She installed 150 ceramic birds at the Longmont Museum as a part of her “Capistrano” series and facilitated a collaborative project on the same topic at the Salud Medical Clinic in Longmont. She has volunteered art teaching at Soft Voices, a drop in center for mentally ill people in Longmont. She recently completed a mosaic mural with those folks. She also shows nationally in nationally mostly in select shows in Chicago and NYC.

She is most proud of her recent inclusion in the “National Women’s Caucus for the Arts Best of 2014” show in Chicago and of their 2015 show, "WCA at Westbeth" and now April, 2016 featured artist on their Website. She was in the company of some really amazing internationally known artists there and she felt very honored to be included.

Her work can be found in some publications including “Night of A Hundred Angels”; “Women’s Right’s an Artist’s Perspective", sponsored by Unite”; "WCA at Westbeth" (show catalog) and "Voices, an Artist's Perspective" (also a show catalog). All books are available at She hopes to continue making art until the day she dies…hopefully making the world a little more beautiful and kind.