Artwork


Click here and here (and then click the arrow on the right side of the photo) to view photos from Rabbi Linda’s three-week January 2022 artist’s residency at A.I.R. Studio in Paducah, KY.

Rabbi Linda makes unique works of Hebrew calligraphic art on deerskin parchment.  She discovered, when processing parchment for the Community Torah Project, that not every deerskin can produce parchment suitable for a Torah scroll, due to holes, stains, flaws and blemishes in the hide.

The first solo exhibition of her artwork was “Sacred Scraps” at the Spring St Gallery in Saratoga Springs, New York, June 8-Aug 8, 2014. This program received support from Saratoga Arts through its Saratoga Program for the Arts Funding, which was made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. Click to view photos and press reports of the “Sacred Scraps” exhibit.

She was included in the Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion Museum show entitled “Evil: A Matter of Intent”, New York, NY, Sept 1, 2015-June 30, 2016.

Her second solo exhibition was “Broken/Whole: New Works by Rabbi Linda Motzkin”, October – November 2015, at the Schenectady Jewish Community Center gallery. Click here to view photos of the “Broken/Whole” exhibit.

She was also one of 30 artists selected from over 130 entries for the 4th annual juried group show  “Upstate Artists“, at the Laffer Gallery, Schuylerville, NY Dec 5, 2015-Jan 10, 2016. Click here to view the piece included in the show.

She was invited to exhibit a work in “The Gun Show” at the Spring Street Gallery in Saratoga Springs, NY, April-May 2016. Click here to view the work, “Bloodshed.”

In March-May 2018, two of her pieces (“Roll Down as Waters” and “Teardrop”) were included in the “Article 13” Human Rights installation at Collar Works Gallery in Troy, NY

Her piece “Securely Dwell” was included in the Hazon Shmita Project online gallery in 2021 and was selected for inclusion in The Shmita Project Exhibit at the Sabes Center Minneapolis, June 6-August 10, 2022.

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