LINDA WILLIAMS MCCUNE

CURRICULUM VITAE

 

EDUCATION:                        

1980 to 1982                           

University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina

Degree: Master of Fine Art -Emphasis Drawing and Sculpture

 

1975 to 1976   

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee

Graduate Courses: Curriculum and Instruction

Certification: Elementary and Secondary Art Education (Tennessee, South Carolina)

 

1968 to 1974   

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee

Degree: Bachelor of Fine Art -Emphasis Painting

 

PROFESSIONAL/ TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

 

1989 to Present: Greenville Technical College, Greenville, South Carolina

Titles: Academic Program Director, Assistant Department Head, Lead Professor Fine Arts and Art Education

                                  Department of Visual Arts

Responsibilities:

Administrative duties/ Curriculum planning/ Course Development

Department class, facilities, instructor scheduling

Lead Professor for Fine Arts and Art Education

Advising students

Developing support materials/ PowerPoint’s/ Visuals

Writing modules and syllabi

Presentations at conferences

Responsible for teachers, facilities, and content in:

Drawing 1 and 2

Two and Three Dimensional Design

Sculpture

Painting 1 and 2  1995- 2005

Printmaking

Ceramics

Art Education

Gallery Director 1993- 2005

Student exhibitions

Visiting artists exhibitions

Responsible for Art History Area 1989-2001

Art History Survey 107 and 108

Art Appreciation

Internationalizing Art History/ Art Appreciation 101

Telecourse instruction

Guidebook writing

 

1996 to 2014: Vermont College of Fine Arts, Montpelier, Vermont

Title: Graduate Student Advisor / Teacher

Responsibilities:

Independent study with assigned students

 

1987 to 1989: Tryon, North Carolina City Government

Title: Director Summer Art Series for Youth, Tryon, North Carolina

Responsibilities:

Administration

Scheduling

Personnel recruitment and selection

Student recruitment

Securing Facilities

Payroll

 

1987 to 1989 : South Carolina Arts Commission Residency Program, Columbia, South Carolina

Title: Artist in Residence

 

Responsibilities:

Short-term teaching residencies

Presentation of personal work

Assisting students with individual progress

Evaluating and critiquing student progress

 

 

1980 to 1986: University of South Carolina, Columbia, Salkehatchie, and Walterboro Branch,

Title: Teaching Associate

 

Instruction Responsibilities:

Two- and Three-Dimensional Design

Drawing

Art History

Community-interest courses

Introduction to Art Survey Course

Art Education — Art for the Elementary School

 

1980 to 1982: University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina

Title: Graduate Assistant

Instruction Responsibilities:

Beginning Drawing

Two-Dimensional Design

Research Responsibilities: Caroliniana Library of the University of South Carolina

Interviews with Allendale, SC artists

Interviews with acquaintances of Jasper Johns

Collected letters and other written documents on the life of Jasper Johns

 

1979 to 1980: Allendale County School System, Allendale, South Carolina

Title: Art Consultant

Responsibilities:

Development of curriculum

Coordination of materials, information, terminology

Instruction of system’s teachers in Basic Design

Media Techniques and Methods for Teaching

Supervision of teachers in classroom art instruction

Cooperation with teachers in classroom art instruction

Purchase of media resources, visuals, technical books

 

1979 to 1986: Studio III Frame Shop, Allendale, South Carolina

Title: Co-owner

 

Responsibilities:

Purchasing

Framed artwork

Sales

 

1973 to 1977: Walters State Community College, Morristown, Tennessee

Title: Assistant Professor of Art

Responsibilities:

Art Appreciation

Advanced high school program in Painting, Drawing, Mixed-Media Production

Drawing

Introduction classes for returning adults with deficiencies in Art History, Philosophy, Aesthetics, or Production Techniques

Morristown School system High School- Walter State College Liaison

 

1974 to 1977: Morristown City School System, Morristown, Tennessee

Title: Artist in Residence

Responsibilities:

Art History lectures, discussions, or demonstrations as related to class topics in an interdisciplinary program with non-art classes

Technique-oriented demonstrations to high school fine arts classes

Art History seminars to high school fine arts classes

Supervised  and critiqued production techniques of advanced art students

Maintained open studio hours for student viewing

Coordinated art programs for the 24 city and county schools

Coordinated community arts events with school system needs and activities

Supervised set design, construction, and props for theatrical productions

 

1972 to 1974: Morristown City School System, Morristown, Tennessee

Title: Artist in the Schools Position supported by the Tennessee Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts

Responsibilities: (See previous listing.)

 

1971 to 1978: Morristown Theatre Guild, Morristown, Tennessee

Title: Artistic Designer

Responsibilities:

Designed sets

Supervision of props

Coordinated color scheme for sets and costuming

Supervision and execution of set construction

Completed five play sets and one musical set per year

 

1976 to 1978:  Upstairs Gallery, Morristown, Tennessee

Title: Co-owner

Responsibilities:

Selected work for exhibitions

Sold artwork

Maintained shop

Kept books for gallery

Conducted openings

Applied for grants

 

1975 to 1976: Laminite-Laminall Corporation, Morristown, Tennessee

Title: Display Designer/ Illustrator

Responsibilities:

Coordinated School Division furniture displays

Constructed models of displays

Designed displays for industrial products shows

Supervised final display construction

 

1971 to 1972:  WSJK-TV, Knoxville, Tennessee

Title: Art History Commentator, Position sponsored by grants for the Humanities for Public Broadcasting

Responsibilities:

Presented 42 art history programs

Conducted live interviews with producing artists in local area

 

1970 to 1972:  University of Tennessee Extension Service, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee

Title: Graphics Designer / Illustrator

Responsibilities:

Designed illustrations for pamphlets and brochures

Designed visuals for demonstrations

Produced mock-ups for printed materials

 

PROFESSIONAL STUDIO EXPERIENCES: ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS

 

2016-

Rose Center Museum, Morristown, Tennessee

“Conversations Unspoken”

Drew Ogle, curator director

 

Upstairs Gallery , Tryon, North Carolina

Linda McCune Recent Series

Tom Madison, curator

 

2014-

LRC Gallery, Georgia Perimeter College, Atlanta Georgia

“Conversations Unspoken”

Donald Dougan, curator

 

2013

Southwestern Minnesota State University Art Museum, Marshall, Minnesota

“15 years of Drawing”

Ed Evans/ Bill Mulso, curators

 

2010-2011

Sumter Gallery of Art, Sumter, South Carolina

“Resilience”

Frank McCauley, curator

 

2008                                                      

Wingate University, Wingate, South Carolina

“Virtues Series”

Sabrina Fadial, curator

 

2006

Converse College, Spartanburg, South Carolina

“Recent Drawings”

Teresa Prater, curator

 

Hyman Fine Arts Center Gallery, Francis Marion University, Florence, South Carolina

“Drawing and Sculpture by Linda Williams McCune”

Roberta Olmstead, curator

 

Union University Art Gallery and Center, Jackson, Tennessee

“Works from Tennessee Influences – Homecoming”

Michael Mallard, curator

 

2003

 Regions Bank, Greenville, South Carolina

Lobby commission (permanent public installation)

 

2002

Hester Memorial Library Gallery, North Greenville College, Tigerville, South Carolina

“Linda McCune – Current Works”

Jim Craft, curator

 

2000

Pickens County Museum, Pickens, South Carolina

“Corporate Caring” Series Drawings

Allen Coleman, curator

(purchase: museum collection)

 

1998

South Carolina Archives and History Center, Columbia, South Carolina

“Time,” three works, commissioned by the State of South Carolina

(permanent  public installation)

 

1997

University of South Carolina, Spartanburg, South Carolina

“Corporate Caring” Series Drawings

Jane Nodine, curator

 

Coastal Carolina University, Conway, South Carolina

“Obsessions” Series Sculptures

Charles Wright, curator

 

Taylors First Baptist Church, Taylors, South Carolina

“Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil”

(permanent  public installation)

 

1996

291 Gallery, Greenville, South Carolina

“This Woman’s Life”

Nancy Jaramillo, curator

 

1995

Converse College, Converse, South Carolina

“Drawings & Sculptural Obsessions”

Teresa Prater, curator

 

1990

Asheville Art Museum, Civic Center, Asheville, North Carolina

“Linda McCune: Art of the Family”

Frank Thompson, curator

 

1986

 Nexus Contemporary Arts Center, Atlanta, Georgia

“The Work of Linda McCune”

 

1985                                                    

Spirit Square Art Center, Gallery One, Charlotte, North Carolina

“Sculptures and Drawings- Recent Work by Linda McCune”

Bill Dooley, curator

 

  Nuclear Presence Consortium, Aiken, South Carolina

“Willard Works Presentation”

 

  Southern Experiment: Artists and Critics Forum for Atlanta Art Papers

  Presentation made at Emory University

Exhibition for Reviewer Regenia Alfreda Perry, Virginia Commonwealth University

Weekend Gallery, Columbia, South Carolina

 

1983

Columbia Museum of Arts and Sciences, Columbia, South Carolina

“Assemblages of Linda Williams McCune”

Nina Parrish, curator

 

1982

Copland Wahl House, Columbia, South Carolina

Copland Wahl House Thesis Exhibition

Mark Copland, curator/ facilitator

Copland Collection Purchase

 

Barnwell County Museum, Barnwell, South Carolina

“Drawing of Linda McCune”

Curatorial Board

 

1980

Weekend Gallery, Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, South Carolina

“Current Works”

Nina Parish, curator

 

1978

University of South Carolina, Salkehatchie Branch, Allendale, South Carolina

“Current Works

 

Rose Cultural Center Museum, Morristown, Tennessee

Flight Illustrations

Curatorial Board

 

Upstairs Gallery, Main Street, Morristown, Tennessee

“Drawings by Linda McCune”

Jerry Howard, Curator

 

Walters State Community College, Morristown, Tennessee

Mixed Media Drawings

Ron Castle, curator

 

Kingsport Federal Building Gallery, Kingsport, Tennessee

“Works by Linda McCune”

Curatorial Board

 

Carroll Reese Museum, Gallery B, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee

“The Drawings of Linda Williams McCune”

John Momminee, curator

 

Emory and Henry College, Bristol, Virginia

“The Drawings of Linda Williams McCune”

 

Appalachian State University, Boone, North Carolina

“The Drawings of Linda Williams McCune”

 

1975

Jonesboro Gallery, Jonesboro, Tennessee

“The Drawings of Linda Williams McCune”

 

1974

Walters State Community College, Morristown, Tennessee

“Drawings”

Ron Castle, curator

 

1972

Morristown-Hamblen Library Art Gallery, Morristown, Tennessee

“Works by Linda McCune”

Curatorial Board

 

1970

Architectural Building Gallery, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee

“Paintings by Linda Williams”

 

 

 

PROFESSIONAL STUDIO EXPERIENCES: GROUP EXHIBITIONS

 

2016:

Sara Smith Self Gallery, Randolph Arts Guild Asheboro North Carolina

Tristate Sculptors Annual

Melissa Walker, conference chair, curator

 

Hiddenite Arts and Heritage Center, Hiddenite, North Carolina

Monumental Images-Making a place in Time- Tristate Sculptors

 

Upstairs Art Space, Tryon, North Carolina

Drawing Marathon Exhibition

 

LRC Clarkston Gallery, Georgia Perimeter Collage, Atlanta, Georgia

Women’s Caucus for the Arts of Georgia

“Artist’s Perspective”

Barbara Rehg, President, curator

 

Spartanburg County Libraries, Spartanburg, South Carolina

Fourth Annual Collegiate Exhibition

Paul Yanko, juror

 

 

2015:

Art Fields, Lake City, South Carolina

3rd 12 Southeastern States Exhibition

Blind group jury

 

Ehler Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina

Carolina’s Got Art

Larry Ehler, curator owner

(Award Winner)

 

Marietta Cobb Museum of Art, Marietta, Georgia

Metro Montage XV, Southeastern Juried Exhibition

Jennifer Fox, curator/ Robmat Butler, Exhibition Curator Knoxville Museum of Art, juror

(Award Winner- 2nd)

 

Lyndon House Art Center, Lukasiewicz Gallery, Athens, Georgia

Mark Drawing Exhibition, Women’s Caucus of the Arts of Georgia

Barbara Rehg, curator

 

Cape Fear Gallery, University of North Carolina, Wilmington, North Carolina

34th Annual Tristate Sculptors Exhibition

Andie Steel, curator

 

 

Sheffield Wood Gallery, Fine Arts Center, Greenville, South Carolina

40 Fine Arts Center Invitational, The Ties that Bind: Community

Katy Berman Cassell, curator

 

The Art Center, Clemson, South Carolina

2015 Juried Exhibition

Frank McCauley Curator Sumter Gallery of Art, juror

(Award Winner- 1st)

 

Upstairs Art Center, Tryon, North Carolina

100 at 100

Tom Madison, curator

 

 

2014:

Fredericksburg Center for the Creative Arts, Fredericksburg, Virginia

“Visual Textures National Juried Exhibition”

Sarah Miser, juror and Carrol Morgan, curator

 

ARC Gallery, Chicago Illinois

Janice Nesser-chu • Brenda Oelbaum • Pricilla Otani, jurors

Amanda Rogers, coordinator

(Award: “National Best of 2014” and National Calendar Winner)

 

Greensboro Cultural Center, Greensboro, North Carolina

Tristate Sculptors Annual

Jim Gallucci and Kristy Thomas, curator

 

RiverWorks Gallery, Greenville, South Carolina

2014 GTC Faculty Exhibition

Fleming Markel, curator

 

Spartanburg County Library, Spartanburg, South Carolina

Second Annual Collegiate Exhibition

Frank Thompson, juror

 

 

2013:

Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, Tennessee

 (Museum Acquisition- Contemporary Drawing Collection)

Stress Series no. 8- charcoal, wax, graphite, watercolor on hot pressed Strathmore 140 lb. paper

Registrars/ Acquisitions Committee Liaisons: Nandini Makrandi, Teresa Slowikowski, Elizabeth

“Exploring the Land: Landscapes from the Hunter Museum Collection”

 

 

Idaho State University, Transitions & Mind’s Eye Gallery, Pocatello, Idaho

National: Feminism,-Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

Sammy Gravis, curator

 

Pam Foss Gallery, Baltimore, Marilyn (2013 and 2014)

National WCA Juried Exhibition “Unite Women- Women’s Rights an Artist Perspective”

Pam Foss and Karen Gutfreund, jurors

 

Sellars Gallery, Brenau University, Gainesville, Georgia

“More- Regional Juried Exhibition”

Susan Bridges, Director, Whitespace Gallery, juror

 

2 Rules Gallery, Marietta, Georgia

Dolls in the City (Human Trafficking)

Lois L. Rule and Loretta Paraguassu, curators

 

Fine Arts Center, Tryon, North Carolina

Sculpture 2013

 

Upstairs Gallery, Tryon, North Carolina

Collectors Choice Ashville- Thom Robinson and Ray Griffin

Ray Griffin, curator

 

Hampton III Gallery, Greenville, South Carolina

Kingsnake Press Collection

Phil Garrett, curator

 

Spartanburg County Library, Spartanburg, South Carolina

1st Annual Collegiate Invitational

Sid Cross, Clemson University, juror

 

Spartanburg County Library, Spartanburg, South Carolina

1st Annual Juried Exhibition

Will South, chief curator Columbia Museum of Art, juror

(Awards Winner and Spartanburg County Library Collection Purchase of Stress Series 10- Office Files)

 

Metropolitan Arts Council, Greenville, South Carolina

“Open Studios Exhibition”

“Open Studio Tour”

Kim Sholly, organizer

 

Artispere, Metropolitan Arts Council Gallery, Greenville, South Carolina and

“One Stop Open Studios Retrospective”

Kim Sholly, organizer

 

 

2012:

Asheville Art Museum, Asheville, North Carolina

(Museum Acquisition- Contemporary Print Collection)

“West Tennessee Home- Family Series” linoleum block print on Reaves BFK hot pressed paper)

Frank Thompson, Curator/ Collector Gift Liaison

 

National Steinbeck Center Museum, Salinas, California

National Women’s Rights: Visual Voices Together

Dr. Ruth Weisberg, Dr. Joyce Aiken, Patricia Rodriquez, jurors

 

SOHO 20 Galleries, New York, New York

Backlash International

Jenn Dierdorf, curator

 

Jenkins Fine Arts Center, Gray Gallery, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina

Tri State Sculptors Annual

Hanna Jubran, organizer

 

 Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

National “Consumer Culture Repurposed”

  1. E. Ware, Associate Professor, Central Michigan University. Juror

 

 

LRC Clarkston Gallery, Georgia Perimeter Collage, Atlanta, Georgia

Women’s Caucus for the Arts of Georgia

“Correcting the Drift”

Barbara Rehg, President, curator

 

Atlanta Public Library Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia

Women’s Caucus for the Arts of Georgia “Visual Poetry” 2012-2013

Barbara Rehg, President, curator

 

Greenville Technical College Greer Galleries, Greer South Carolina

Comingle: Visual and Performing Arts Faculty Exhibition

Enid Williams, curator

 

Pickens County Museum, Pickens, South Carolina

“Crossing the Line” Drawing Invitational 2012-2013

Curator: Allen Coleman

 

 

2011:

 New Century Gallery, New York, New York

Women’s Caucus for the Arts College Art Association Conferences

“Hidden Cities National Exhibition”

Lisa Phillips, Director, New Museum NY, NY, curator

 

The Reece Museum, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee

Mary B. Martin School of the Arts

“Mountain Visions 2011: A Regional Juried Exhibition/Tenn., Ky., N.C., S.C., VA., W. Va.”

Greg Shellnutt, Director North Carolina School of the Arts, curator

 

Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina

“Contemporary Conversations”- on loan from the S.C. State Art Collection

 

701 Contemporary Art Center, Columbia, South Carolina

“South Carolina 3D”

Curator: Harriett Green and Wiem Rolfs

 

Front Street Gallery, Chattanooga, Tennessee

“2 person exhibition- Linda McCune and Ann Rowles”

Jan Chenoweth and Roger Halligan, owner curators

 

 

2010:                                     

Towsen University, Baltimore, Maryland

Tristate, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Washington Sculptors

“Sculpture for the 21st Century”

Jim Paulson, Chairman Towsen University Art Department, curator

 

Coastal Carolina University, Conway, South Carolina

“Contemporary Conversations- State Art Collection”

 

The Arts Center, Clemson, South Carolina

“M/A/M/A (Exploring Motherhood- 6 Artist invitational)”

Curator: Jeanine Garrett

 

Trillium Arts Center, Travelers Rest, South Carolina

“Creative Wellness”

Susan and Zac Buser, curators

 

Riverworks Gallery, Greenville, South Carolina

“Conversations about Death”

Fleming Markel, Gallery Director, curator

 

Artispere, Metropolitan Arts Council Gallery, Greenville, South Carolina and

Chamber of Commerce Gallery, Greenville, South Carolina

“One Stop Open Studios Retrospective”

Kim Sholly, organizer

 

 

 

2009:                                     

701 Contemporary Arts Center, Columbia, South Carolina

“Contemporary Conversations- State Art Collection”

Curator: Weim Rolfs

Panel Discussion: Harriet Green, Phillip Mullins, Bud Ferillo,

 

Elon University, Elon, North Carolina

Tristate Sculptors 31st Annual Exhibition

(Award: Grant for Excellence in Arts and Humanities

Public Art Dialog Award- Installation)

Michael Sanford, juror

 

Edison Place Gallery, Washington, D.C.

Juried Southeastern US Region Women’s Caucus for the Arts

“From a Women’s Perspective”

Gretchen Schermerhorn, juror

(Award winner and Catalogue cover)

 

Harper Center for the Arts, Elizabeth Stone Harper Gallery, Presbyterian College, Clinton, South Carolina

Juried Southeastern US Region Women’s Caucus for the Arts Multiple Media Exhibit

“Occupation: Artist (21)”

Lisa Alembik, Director of the Agnes Scot College Gallery, Decatur, Georgia. juror

 

Metropolitan Arts Council, Greenville, South Carolina

“Open Studios Exhibition’

“Open Studio Tour “

Kim Sholly, organizer

 

Artispere, Metropolitan Arts Council Gallery, Greenville, South Carolina and

Chamber of Commerce Gallery, Greenville South Carolina

“One Stop Open Studios Retrospective”

Kim Sholly, organizer

 

RiverWorks Gallery, Greenville, South Carolina

“For Sale by Owner”

Blake Praytor, curator

 

Pickens County Museum, Pickens, South Carolina

“32nd Annual Juried South Carolina Artist Exhibition”

(Award Winner)

 

2008:                                     

Carroll Reece Museum, East Tennessee State Museum, Johnson City, Tennessee

“Tri State Sculptors 30th Anniversary Exhibition”

Curator: Catherine Murray

 

Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, South Carolina

“Marking 40 years and Moving Forward Selected 20 Invitational”

Harriett Green, curator

 

South Carolina State Museum, Columbia, South Carolina

“20th Anniversary Juried Art Exhibition”

Brian Rutenburg and Lia Newmann, jurors

 

Lee Hall Gallery, Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina

Celebration for the Center for the Visual Arts

 

Anderson Art Center, Anderson, South Carolina

33rd Annual Juried Art Show”

Dean A. Dass, juror

 

Westend Gallery, Greenville, South Carolina

“The Fear Show”

Brian Haimback and Enid Williams curators

 

Artispere, Metropolitan Arts Council, Center Stage Gallery, Greenville, South Carolina

“Artist of the Upstate Fine Arts Competition”

Wendy H. Olmstead, juror

 

Artispere, Metropolitan Arts Council Gallery, Greenville, South Carolina and

Chamber of Commerce Gallery, Greenville South Carolina

One Stop Open Studios Retrospective”

Kim Sholly, organizer

 

 

2007:                                                   

The Arts Center, Kissimmee, Florida

“Madonna’s and Matriarchs”

Women’s Caucus for the Arts Regional Juried Exhibition

(Award Winner)

 

Art Station, Stone Mountain, Georgia

Women’s Caucus for the Arts of Georgia Juried 20 Artist Exhibition

Ann Rowles, curator

 

Fine Arts Center, Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln, Nebraska

Fine Arts Museum, Center for the Fine and Performing Arts, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, North Carolina

5ive and 40urty Gallery, Winston Salem, North Carolina

“Micromonumentals Invitational- Tristate Sculptors Association Traveling Exhibition”

Greg Shellnutt, curator

 

d’Art Center, Selden Arcade, Norfolk, Virginia

“Pitch, Yaw and Roll 7 State Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Sculpture”

Greg Shelnutt, curator

 

Chandler Center for the Arts, Vision Gallery, Chandler, Arizona

“Chandler International Invitational”

Eric Chandler, curator

 

South Carolina Governors School for the Arts, Greenville, South Carolina

“Greenville Technical College Faculty Exhibition”

Ben Gilliam, curator

 

Koller Gallery  17th Street, Washington Square, Washington, D.C.

“Anniversary Invitational”

Shirley Koller, curator

 

Wellington B. Gray Gallery, East Carolina University School of Art and Design, Greenville, North Carolina and the

Imperial Center for the Arts and Sciences, Rocky Mount, North Carolina

“Tristate Sculptors Annual and Tri State Juried Exhibition”

Easter Carolina State University, organizers

 

The Slane College of Communications and Fine Arts, Heuser Art Center, Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois

“31st International Bradley Print and Drawing Exhibition”

Judith Brodsky, Director of Innovative Center for Drawings and Prints at Rutgers University, curator

 

Clemson University, Lee Hall Gallery, Clemson, University, Clemson, South Carolina,

“Center for the Visual Arts Celebration”

Denise Detrich, curator

 

Cleveland Arts Council Gallery, Shelby, North Carolina

“Contemporary Sculpture Invitational”

Ellen Younker, curator

 

Spartanburg Museum of Art, Spartanburg, South Carolina,

“Hub City”

,juror

 

Upstate Visual Arts Gallery, Greenville, South Carolina

“Upstate Artists Invitational”

  1. J. Olinger, curator

 

 

2006:                                                   

Weatherspoon Museum of Art, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, North Carolina

Art on Paper International Biennial Juried Exhibition” sponsored by Xpedx

Xandra Eden director, curator

 

Piedmont Arts Center, Martinsville, Virginia

“Tri State Sculptors Annual Exhibition -What’s That Thinking in 3-D”

Emily Smith director, curator

 

South West Minnesota State University, Marshall, Minnesota

“Art of the Mind International Invitational”

Edward Evans, curator

 

Brush Gallery, Lowell, Massachusetts

Fine Art Gallery, Virginia Intermont College, Bristol, Virginia

“Micromonumentals Invitational- Tristate Sculptors Association Traveling Exhibition”

Greg Shellnutt, curator

 

Lee Hall Gallery, Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina

Ewing Gallery, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee

“Thresholds: Expressions of Art and Spiritual Life”

Invitational sponsored by South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky Arts Commissions and the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs

Eleanor Heartney, curator

 

Sumter Gallery of Art, Sumter, South Carolina

“State Art Collection Part One- 1980”

“State Art Collection Part Two- Present”

 

Gallery 202, Greenville, South Carolina

“3 Important Women Invitational”

Dave Starzac, curator

 

Upstairs Gallery,  Tryon, North Carolina

“Painterly Prints -Collection Kingsnake Press 1998-2006- Phil Garrett Owner”

Phil Garrett, curator

 

Upstairs Gallery, Tryon, North Carolina

“Inside the Teachers Studio: An Upstate Art Faculty Invitational Exhibition”

Teresa Prater, curator

 

Metropolitan Arts Council Gallery, Greenville, South Carolina

“Artispere Exhibition Invitational”

“Open Studios Exhibition”

“Open Studios Exhibition Home Studios Tour”

Kim Sholly, organizer

 

Upstate Visual Arts, Greenville, South Carolina

“Claude E. Smith Juried Exhibition”

juror

(Award Winner)

 

Anderson County Arts Council, Anderson Cultural Center, Anderson, South Carolina

“Annual Juried Exhibition”

juror

 

Pickens County Museum, Pickens, South Carolina

“29th Annual Juried South Carolina Artist Exhibition”

Xandra Eden, Weatherspoon Art Museum,  juror

(Award Winner)

 

Mcmaster Gallery, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina

“Allumni Invitational”

Mana Hewitt, curator

 

Gallery 1 and 2 Greenville Technical College, Greer Campus, Greer, South Carolina

President’s office and apartment complex opening, Barton Campus, Greenville South, Carolina

“Faculty Exhibitions 2006”

Linda McCune, curator

 

Spartanburg County Museum of Art, Spartanburg, South Carolina

“Hub City Exhibition”

 

 

2005:

Appalachian State University, Boone, North Carolina

“Tristate Sculptors Annual Exhibition”

Robin Martinsdale, curator

 

Marian Gallery at Transylvania University, Lexington, Kentucky

McColl Center for the Visual Arts, Charlotte, North Carolina

“Thresholds: Expressions of Art and Spiritual Life” Invitational sponsored by South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky Arts Commissions and the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs

Eleanor Heartney, curator

 

Perimeter College Art Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia

“Women’s Caucus for the Arts of Georgia Exhibition”

Donald Dougan, curator

 

Upstate Visual Arts Gallery, Greenville, South Carolina

“Registrar of Deeds Exhibition”

 

2004:                                                   

Metropolitan Arts Council, Greenville, South Carolina

“Open Studios Exhibition’

“Open Studio Tour “

“Cherish the Arts Exhibition and Auction”

Kim Sholly, organizer

 

Rhodes Galleries at the Arts Council of Winston Salem, North Carolina

“Roots to Radicals: Tradition, Collaboration, Innovation”

Tri State Sculptors Educational Association Conference Exhibition

Greg Shelnutt, curator

 

Owensboro Museum of Art, Owensboro, Kentucky

South Carolina State Museum, Columbia, South Carolina

“Thresholds: Expressions of Art and Spiritual Life”

Invitational sponsored by South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky Arts Commissions and the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs Eleanor Heartney, curator

 

Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina

Selections from Kingsnake Press owner Phil Garrett

 

Upstate Visual Arts Gallery, Greenville, South Carolina

“Juried Small Works Show”

(Award Winner)

 

Caldwell Arts Council Chamber, Lenoir City, North Carolina

 

Kinston Center for the Arts CCA, Kinston, North Carolina

Burroughs Welcome Gallery, School of Art, Eastern Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina

Transylvania County Arts Council’s Community Arts Center Gallery, Brevard, North Carolina

Delta State University, Cleveland, Mississippi

Corban Estates Art Centre, Henderson- Waitakere City , New Zealand

Suitcase Exchange Show-Tri State Sculptors Invitational Traveling Exhibition”

Greg Shelnutt, curator

 

Gallery One, Two, Three Greenville Technical College, Greer, South Carolina

“Annual Faculty Exhibition”

Linda McCune, curator

 

 

2003

City Gallery, Charleston, South Carolina

Fielding Home for Funerals, Charleston, South Carolina

“Thresholds: Expressions of Art and Spiritual Life”

Invitational sponsored by South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky Arts Commissions and the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs Eleanor Heartney, curator

 

Frank G. Weems Gallery, Meredith College, Raleigh, North Carolina

“SECAC and TSS Fall Conference Exhibition”

Lisa Pierce, curator

 

Ah Med Center and the Anderson County Arts Center, Anderson South Carolina

“Design and Art in Public Places Invitational”

(Temporary public installation interior- exterior)

 

Florence Museum of Art, Florence, South Carolina

“All South Carolina Juried Exhibition”

 

Rebecca Randall Bryan Art Gallery, Coastal Carolina University, Conway, South Carolina

REDUX Gallery, Charleston, South Carolina

Model Center for the Arts, Elon University, Elon, North Carolina

University Gallery, Department of Art, University of North Carolina, Ashville, North Carolina

Suitcase Exchange Show -Tri State Sculptors Invitational Traveling Exhibition

Greg Shelnutt, curator

 

Fine Arts Center, Greenville, South Carolina

Greenville Technical College Faculty Exhibition”

Paul Yanko, curator

2002

Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

“Crossing the Line”

Tri State Sculptors and Philadelphia Sculptors Exchange

Patty Firestone president Philadelphia Sculptors Association, curator

 

Morings Gallery, W. H. Morings JR. Art Center, Roudolph County Arts Guild, Asheboro, N. Carolina

Suitcase Exchange Show-Tri State Sculptors Invitational Traveling Exhibition

Greg Shelnutt, curator

 

Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, South Carolina

“From the Studio”

Martha Severens, Tom Styron, curator

 

Metropolitan Arts Council, Greenville, South Carolina

“Open Studios Exhibition”

“Open Studios Tour”

Kim Sholly, organizer

 

Accessibility (SC, GA, TN), Sumter, South Carolina

“Non-Traditional Venues, Atypical-Forms, Atypical-Format Sculpture Invitational”

Chris Robinson, curator

(temporary public installation interior- exterior)

 

Anderson County Arts Council, Anderson Cultural Center, Anderson, South Carolina

“Outside the Box”

juror

(Award Winner)

 

Greenville County Museum, Greenville, South Carolina

In Collaboration with Kingsnake Press- owner Phil Garrett

“See How We Are Invitational”

Deborah Sim, Tom Styron, curator

 

Upstate Visual Arts Gallery, Greenville, South Carolina

5 X 5 Small Works Exhibition

 

 

2001

South Carolina State Museum, Lipscomb Gallery, Columbia, South Carolina

“Triennial Exhibition 2001”

Mary Douglas (Mint Museum), Lizzetta LeFalle- Collins (LaFalle Curratorial), David Rubens (New Orleans Contemporary Art Center),

Harriett Green (SC Arts Comm.) Robin Waites and Paul Matheny (SC State Museum), curators

 

The White House, Washington, D.C.

“Christmas 2001-Home for the Holidays” South Carolina Representative

Invitation of the Governor of the State of South Carolina: Jim Hodges

 

Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County, Camden, South Carolina

Sculpture Garden 2001-2002-2003-2004 (Temporary installation- exterior)

Susan Duplessis, curator

(Temporary installation- exterior)

 

Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, Farmville, Virginia

“Tri-State Sculptors Annual Exhibition”

 

Hart- Witzen Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina

“Exhibition of Sculptural Works”

Cindy Hart, curator owner

 

Accessibility (SC, GA, TN), Sumter, South Carolina

“Non-Traditional Venues, Atypical-Forms, Atypical-Format Sculpture Invitational”

Chris Robinson, curator

 (Temporary public installation interior-exterior)

 

Wingate University, Wingate, North Carolina

“Centennial Celebration Sculpture Exhibition Invitational”

Sabrina Fadial, curator

 

Pickens County Museum, Pickens South Carolina

“24th Annual Juried South Carolina Artists Competition”

 

 

2000

Gallery One, Two, Three, Greenville Technical College, Greer, South Carolina

“Pressure / Stress” Series Drawings, Faculty Exhibition

 

Wachovia Bank Building Gallery, Greenville, South Carolina

Upstate Visual Artists, Millennium Exhibition “UVA Y2K”

(Award Winner)

 

McKissick Museum, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina

“A Place in Time”

 

Gallery 291, Greenville, South Carolina

“Fievre”

Nancy Jaramillo, curator

(Purchase: Embry’s Foundation Collection)

 

Sims Art Center, Brevard College, Brevard, North Carolina

“Tri-State Sculptors, Annual Exhibition”

 

North Carolina Arboretum, Asheville, North Carolina

“International Symposium on Endangered Plant Species

Stephen Keith, curator

(Public  Sculptural Installation-  3 years)

 

Anderson County Arts Council, Anderson, South Carolina

“Silver Anniversary Show”

 

 

1999

South Carolina State Museum, Columbia, South Carolina

Views from Twentieth-Century Art in South Carolina

(Funded by South Carolina Arts Commission “Views at the End of the Century” project)

“100 Years / 100 Artists — Invitational”

 

Bank of America Plaza, Columbia, South Carolina

(Funded by South Carolina Arts Commission “Views at the End of the Century” project)

“Selections — Invitational From 100 Years / 100 Artists”

 

Blue Ridge Arts Council Fine Arts Guild, Seneca, South Carolina

“9th Annual Juried Exhibition”

(Award Winner)


 

Anderson County Arts Center -Anderson Art Guild, Anderson, South Carolina

“24th Annual Juried Art Exhibition”

(Award Winner)

 

 

 

Wachovia Bank Building Gallery, Greenville, South Carolina

“Upstate Visual Artists First Annual Invitational”

(Award Winner)

 

Rhodes Cultural Center, North Charleston City Gallery, North Charleston, South Carolina

Gretchen Lothrup, curator

 

Burroughs-Chapin Museum, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Tri-State Sculptors Annual Exhibition

“Traditions in Transition”

 

South Carolina State Museum, Columbia, South Carolina

“Insider Art: I Could Have Done That”

Exhibit honoring director Polly Lafitte

 

 

1998

Fine Arts Guild, Seneca, South Carolina

(Award Winner)

 

McKissick Museum, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina

“Elegant Box” Exhibition and Auction

 

Monsanto Gallery, Lander University, Greenwood, South Carolina

“Four-person exhibit with Linda McCune, Dan Harris, Jeff Hicks, and Steve Gardner”

Allen McTaggart, curator

 

Zone One Contemporary Gallery, Asheville, North Carolina

“Where’s the Art? – Invitational”

Connie Bostic and Paul Jeremiss, curators

 

Green Hill Center for North Carolina Art, Greensboro, North Carolina

“Tri-State Sculptors Exhibition 20th Anniversary Conference”

 

The White House, Washington, D.C.

“Decorations: The Blue Room- Winter Wonderland”

By Invitation of the First Lady of South Carolina and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton

 

 

1997

Koller Gallery, Washington Square, Washington, DC

“Color in Sculpture”

Curator: Shirley Koller

 

Fayetteville Museum of Art, Fayetteville, North Carolina

“Tri-State Sculptors Annual Exhibition”

 

Greenville Technical College, Greer Campus, Greer, South Carolina

“Faculty Exhibition”

 

Rocky Mount Art Center, Rocky Mount, North Carolina

“The Sculpture Salmagundi, 40 Years, 40 Artists”

 

NationsBank Plaza, Columbia, South Carolina

South Carolina Arts Commission Selections

“Uncommon Objects”

 

Roe Art Building, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina

“South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts, Faculty Exhibition”

 

 

1996

Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile, Alabama.

“Southeastern Juried Exhibition — A Triennial Competition for Artists in a Twelve-State Region”

 

Greenville Technical College, Greenville, South Carolina

“Two-person exhibition – Linda McCune and Shane Howell”

 

 

McKissick Museum, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina

“Not an Endowed Chair”

 

Carolina Alumni Hall of Distinction Gallery, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina

“Alumni Exhibition II”

 

Greer Festival, Greer, South Carolina

 

University of South Carolina at Spartanburg, Spartanburg, South Carolina

Greenville Technical College, Greer Branch, Greer, South Carolina

“Tri-State Sculptors Conference and Exhibition”

Gretchen Lothrop, curator

 

 

1995

Lee Hall Gallery, Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina

“Two-person exhibition with Linda McCune and Judy Hubbard”

David Houston, curator

 

McKissick Museum, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina

“Everything from an Egg” Exhibition and Auction

 

 

1994

South Carolina State Museum, Columbia, South Carolina

“Anniversary Invitational”

 

 

1993

Greenville County Museum, Greenville, South Carolina

“Upstate Artist Invitational”

Martha Severans, curator

 

Arts Council Gallery, Hendersonville, North Carolina

“Eight-person Invitational”

 

Peace Center for the Performing Arts, Greenville, South Carolina

“River Place Festival Juried Exhibition”

 

Asheville Art Museum, Asheville, North Carolina

“Park Place 20th Exhibition/Auction”

Frank Thompson, curator

 

McKissick Museum, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina

“The Elegant Egg” Exhibition and Auction

 

Roe Art Gallery, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina

“Reflections: Women Looking at Women”

Sharon Campbell for the Emry’s Foundation, curator

 

 

1992

Havens Gallery, Columbia, South Carolina

“Art by Southern Women”

Betsy Havens, curator

 

South Carolina State Museum, Columbia, South Carolina

Sponsored by the South Carolina and Kentucky Arts Commissions

“South Carolina/ Kentucky Exchange”

Polly Lafitte, curator

 

 

1991

Vista Arts Gallery, Columbia, South Carolina

“Five Gallery Artista Vista Production”

Heidi Darr -Hope ,curator

 

 

Owensboro Museum of Fine Arts, Owensboro, Kentucky

“South Carolina Contemporary Images’

Irwin Pickett, curator

 

 

1990

Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, South Carolina

“Southern Women Artists from the Collection of the Columbia Museum of Art”

Lisa Ray, curator

 

University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky

Eight-person Invitational

“Menopause: A Mid-Life Passage”

“Narrated Slide Show Words and Works” (Traveled U.S. 1990—1991)

 

Greenville County Museum, Greenville, South Carolina

“Greenville Artist Invitational”

Martha Severens, curator

 

 

1989

South Carolina State Museum, Columbia, South Carolina

“Retrospective: South Carolina State Art Collection”

 

 

1988

Thomas Anderson Roe Art Building, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina

“South Carolina Woman Artists Invitational Exhibition: ‘Of Woman Born’

Sharon Campbell, curator

 

The Upstairs Gallery, Tryon, North Carolina

3 Person Exhibition with Larry Caveney and Jacquelyn Taft Leebrick

Frank Thompson, curator

 

 

1987

The Upstairs Gallery, Tryon, North Carolina

“Biennial Area Artist Show”

Frank Thompson, curator

 

 

1986

Women’s Art Registry of Minnesota Gallery, Minneapolis, Minnesota

“The Contemporary Woman in Visual Arts and Women’s Sensibility”

 

The Geiger, McElveen, Kennedy Association, Incorporated, Columbia, South Carolina

“Contemporary Art Made by South Carolina Women – Invitational”

 

Columbia Museum of Arts and Sciences, Columbia, South Carolina

“South Carolina: The State of Arts – Invitational and Juried”

(Acquisition by Columbia Museum of Art Permanent Collection)

Nina Parris, curator

 

Sandoz Martin Works, Allendale, South Carolina

“Sandoz SCRA Regional Exhibition”

(Award Winner)

 

Allendale County Museum, Allendale, South Carolina

“New Landscapes”

Guy Ferguson, curator

 

 

1985

Spartanburg Arts Center, Spartanburg, South Carolina

“Friends of the Arts Second (Alabama, Georgia, N. Carolina, S. Carolina, Tennessee) Juried Exhibition”

 

 

 

Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee

“The Figure: New Form and Function”

Clark Stuart, curator

 

 

Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, Tennessee

“Collage and Assemblage National Touring Exhibition”

 

 

1984

Clemson University Art Department, Clemson, South Carolina

“SEWCA Southern Exposure 5” Annual Exhibition of Southeastern Women’s Caucus for the Arts

Ofelia Garcia, curator

 

Carriage House of the Robert Mills House, Columbia, South Carolina,

Columbia Museum of Arts and Sciences

“Historic Columbia Invitational, Celebration of the South”

Nina Parish, curator

 

1983

McKissick Museum, Columbia, South Carolina

‘Annual University Exhibition’

Tucson Museum, Tucson, Arizona

Roanoke Museum of Fine Arts, Roanoke, Virginia

The Visual Arts Center, Alexandria Museum, Alexandria, Louisiana

Tampa Museum, Tampa, Florida

“Collage and Assemblage National Touring Exhibition”

Sponsored by the Hunter Museum in Chattanooga, Tennessee

 

 

1982

McKissick Museum, Columbia, South Carolina

“Annual University Exhibition”

(Award Winner)

 

 

1981

Beaufort Art Association, Beaufort, South Carolina

“Art Association Exhibition”

(Award Winner)

 

Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, Mississippi

“Collage and Assemblage National Touring Exhibition”

Sponsored by the Hunter Museum in Chattanooga, Tennessee

 

Huntington Gallery, Sloan College, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina

“Graduate Installation”

 

Farthing Art Gallery, Appalachian State University, Boone, North Carolina

Appalachian National Drawing Competition

Robert Breer, curator

 

 

1980

Beaufort Art Association, Beaufort, South Carolina

“Art Association Exhibition”

(Award Winner)

 

1979

 Dock Street Theatre, Charleston, South Carolina

“International Spoleto Festival Exhibition”

 

Beaufort Art Association, Beaufort, South Carolina

“Art Association Exhibition”

(Award Winner)

 

 

1977

Walter State Community College, Morristown, Tennessee

“Art and Music”

 

Morristown Art Association, Morristown, Tennessee

“Annual Juried Show”

(Award Winner)

 

 

1976

Trahern Gallery, Austin Peay State University, Nashville, Tennessee

“National Experimental Drawing Invitational” Seven-person Exhibition

John Momminee, curator

 

Reba Baccon Studio Park, Cookville, Tennessee

“17 th Benlee Art Show”

 

 

1975

Reba Baccon Studio Park, Cookville, Tennessee

“16 th Benlee Art Show”

 

Gallery in the Parthenon, Centennial Park, Nashville, Tennessee

“Fifteenth Tennessee All State Artists Exhibition”

 

 

1974

Carson-Newman College, Jefferson City, Tennessee

2 Person Exhibition with Linda McCune and Jerry Howard, Potter

 

Dulin Art Museum, Knoxville, Tennessee

“Tennessee Water Color All-State Show”

(Touring Exhibition Award-Winner)

 

 

1972

McClung Museum, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee

“BFA Graduate Exhibition”

(Group exhibitions throughout Tennessee, Kentucky and Mississippi during 1965-early 70’s not recorded)

 

COMMITTEES AND SOCIETIES

2015-2017-Converse College/ Greenville Technical College Conference Planner Tri-State Sculptors Board

2006-2011- Treasurer and Budget Committee Chairman Tri-State Sculptors Board

2010- 2013- Upstate Visual Arts Board of Directors/ Advisory Board Member 2011-13

 

Greenville Technical College, Greer, South Carolina

2007-2016- College wide Committees:

  • Professional Development Committee
  • Curriculum Committee/ Chairperson 2010, 2011, 2012
  • Academic Council
  • Division Assessment Committee
  • Honors Committee
  • CCSSE Assessment Student Task Force
  • Teacher Cadet Program
  • Service Learning Committee/ Task Force
  • President’s Leadership Academy
  • Faculty Senate Member and Alternate

 

2000-2016- Department Committees

  • DACUM Committee
  • Academic Program Review Committee
  • Assessment Committee
  • Full time and part time hiring committees

 

1998 to 2002

South Carolina Representative Tri-State Sculptors Board

 

1989 to 1990

Board, Southeastern Art Association, New Art Examiner Magazine, Chicago, Illinois

 

1985 to 2016

National, Southeastern, and Georgia Women’s Caucus for the Arts

 

1984

Exhibitions Committee Chairman, Allendale, South Carolina

Allendale County Arts Gallery and Museum Board of Directors

Allendale County Arts Council Board

 

1980

Downtown Renovations Committee, Allendale, South Carolina

Fine Arts Committee, Community Development Board, Allendale, South Carolina

 

1975 to 1979

Secretary, Visual and Environmental Design Panel, Tennessee Arts Commission, Nashville, Tennessee

 

1976 to 1979

Founding Board of Directors, Rose Cultural Center Museum, Morristown, Tennessee

Mountain Makin‘s Festival and Wassail Fundraisers Committees

 

1974 to 1979

Fine Arts Committee, Chamber of Commerce, Morristown, Tennessee

Mountain Makin’s Committee, Morristown Tennessee

 

1975 to 1976

Bicentennial Committee, Chamber of Commerce, Morristown, Tennessee

CRITICAL REVIEWS (Selections not updated to 2016):

  • Langer, Sandra L. “Moonlight and Magnolias.” The Artist and Critics Forum, V 2, N 3 (October—December, 1983), 2.
  • Langer, Sandra L. “Reviews Linda Williams McCune, Jerome Witkin: The Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, South Carolina.” Art Papers (Atlanta, Georgia) V 7, N 5 (September—October, 1983), 16 illus.
  • Libenman, Laura C. “Reviews Collage and Assemblage: Mississippi Museum of Arts Jackson, Mississippi.” Art Papers (Atlanta,Georgia) V 7, N 5 (September—December, 1981), 18—19.
  • Langer, Sandra L. Paper presented to American Cultural Society Meeting. Subject: Regionalism. Atlanta, Georgia, Spring 1986.
  • Perry, Regenia Alfreda (Professor of Art History at Virginia Commonwealth University). Southern Experiment: Artists and Critics Forum for Atlanta Art Papers. Prepared paper and Slide presentation for Art Papers Critics’ Conference, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, Fall 1984.
  • Houston, David, Director of Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans, Louisiana. Prepared paper for the Southeastern College Art Association meeting in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Curators’ studio exchange. “Linda McCune as one of eight Southeastern artists working in alternate media.” Theme: New Forms. Winter 1993.
  • Duncan, Catherine. “Arts.” Ashville, North Carolina (August 16, 1998). “” South Carolina Arts Commission Newsletter (Fall1998), illus.
  • Cush, Kimberly Carter. “Banking on the Arts, Upstate Visual Arts Gallery at Wachovia. ”Creative Loafing, the Upstate Visual Arts and Entertainment Weekly, V 9, (July 10, 1999).
  • Houston, David. 100 Years / l00 Artists. Views from Twentieth-Century Art in South Carolina. South Carolina State Museum

Publication. (October 1999—March 2000), illus.

  • Rubin, David. “Reflections on the South Carolina Triennial” Triennial Exhibition Catalogue 2001, page 15 and 27, Illus.

ANTHOLOGIESIncluded in:

Websites:

Southwritlarge.com, New Orleans Louisiana, featured artist Feb – July 2013

Tristatesculptors.org

Unite Women.org

lindawilliamsmccune.com

Books

Palmer, Tom, Contemporary Artist 2013-2014. American Art Collector. Berkley California, Acorn Press, 2013, illus

Watson-Jones, Virginia. Contemporary American Women Sculptors. Arizona: Onyx Press, 1986, 402—403, illus.

Wade, Wyatt, Exploring Art in South Carolina, Massachusetts: Davis Publications, 2001, 48, illus.

Videos:

  • Topper, Joe. Film: Conversations with Allendale County Artists. Sponsored by South Carolina Arts Commission and Allendale County Arts Council, 1986-1987.
  • Greenville Technical College Media Staff. Distance Learning Art History-Art Appreciation Films. Featured Prehistory, Near East, Egypt, 1996.
  • Dakens, Berol. Interview and film production with Robin Waites, curator of the Carolina State Museum, about 100 Years / 100 Artists. Featured discussions of Ede 3 and 4, Wedding Work and Baby Carriers. Aired on Verve, December 15, 1999.
  • Dakers, Berol. Interview and film production for Sponsored by S.C. ETV and Public Broadcasting. Featured studio sequence, Time Works, Ede Works, and Corporate Caring Drawings. Filmed November 30, 1999. Aired on Verve, December 15, 1999.
  • Greenville Technical College Media Staff. Interview for Art Department documentary of instructor’s works. Featured Corporate Caring, Drawings and Time Works. 2000.
  • Clark, Carl. Interview and film production for Positively South Carolina. Channel 7 Broadcasting, Featured studio sequence, White House ornaments. Filmed on September 28, 2001. Aired on Oct 2, 2001.
  • Lit, Larry. Interview and film Production for Thresholds: Expression of Art and Spiritual Life, December 2004, Charleston, South Carolina.

 

PUBLISHED SYNOPSES OF WORK

Included in:

  • Arc Gallery, Chicago Illinois, Calendar Publication, Best of 2014, 2014
  • South Carolina Arts Commission Catalogue and Brochure State Arts Collection 1987-2006, 40th Anniversary Edition, Sumter SC, 2009
  • From a Women’s Perspective (Sept 2009) Women’s Caucus for the Arts of Greater Washington D.C., Cover, Prologue, 5, 6, illus.
  • Marking 40 years and Moving Forward (April 2008) South Carolina Arts Commission, 13, 16, illus.
  • Chandler Center for the Arts Review (2007) Vision Gallery, Chandler Arizona, illus.
  • 31st Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition Catalogue( March 9- April 13, 2007) Slane College of Communications and Fine Arts, Heuser Art Center, Peoria Illinois, illus.
  • Art on Paper 2006, Exhibition Catalogue (Nov. 12 2006- Jan. 21, 2007), Weatherspoon Museum of Art, University of North Carolina, 1, illus.
  • Thresholds: Expressions of Art and Spiritual Life, Exhibition Catalogue (Dec. 4- Feb. 1, 2004), South Carolina Arts Commission, 66, 66 illus.
  • Triennal 2001, Artists Section Exhibition Catalogue, South Carolina Arts Commission, 2001, 27 illus.
  • South Carolina: The State of the Arts. The Columbia Museum of Arts and Sciences and the S. Carolina Arts Commission. (April 1986), 28 illus.
  • Women’s Sensibility: A National Juried Exhibition. Women’s Art Registry of Minnesota, 86-051123, 1986, 32, illus.
  • Collage and Assemblage, The Exhibition Catalogue. The Miss. Museum of Art and the Natl. Educa. Assoc., 12.4442.242, 1982, 31, 34, illus.
  • Linda McCune: Art of the Family Asheville Art Museum, Civic Center, Asheville, North Carolina. (July, 1990), 5, illus.
  • Southern Women Artists from the Collection of the Columbia Museum of Art (September 2 through November 11, 1990) Columbia Museum of Arts and Sciences, 0-9627858-0-6, 1990, 26, illus,
  • South Carolina/Kentucky Exchange. South Carolina State Museum. (December, 1992), illus,
  • Southern Women Artists. The Columbia Museum of Arts and Sciences. 0-9627858-0-6 (September 2—11, 1990), 26, illus.
  • 100 Years/100 Artists, Views from Twentieth-Century Art in South Carolina. South Carolina State Museum. (October 1999-March 2000), 8 illus.

 

PUBLISHED WRITINGS

Tri State Sculptors, Triennial 2001, SCAC, 2001, page 78.

When Unconformity Becomes Conformity Tri -State Sculptors Newsletter, Fall 1997.

Art History and Appreciation, Art 101 Telecourse Student Handbook, 1997, Greenville Technical College Office of Distance Learning.

“Why Read and Why Write About Art?” Tri -State Sculptors Newsletter, Spring 1999. illus.

UNPUBLISHED WRTITINGS

Possible Computer System Applications to School Libraries. University of Tennessee, Library Science Department, Knoxville,

Tennessee, 1975.

A Handbook for Elementary Teachers. Morristown City System, Morristown, Tennessee, 1975.

A Handbook for Elementary Teachers. Allendale County School System, Allendale, South Carolina, 1980.

Documentation of Works Slew Series. University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina, 1982. Additions through 2009.

HONORS AND RECOGNITIONS

Guest Lecturer/ presenter:

 

Women’s Conference / Exhibition Georgia Perimeter College, Atlanta, Georgia Spring 2014

Brenau University, Georgia Fall 2013

Greenville Technical College Gallery, Fall 2012

Upstate Visual Arts, Summer 2011

Elizabeth Stone Harper Gallery, Presbyterian College, Clinton, South Carolina, Fall 2009

Governors School for the Arts, Spring 2007

Greenwood Artist League, Fall 2006

Upstairs Gallery Tryon, North Carolina. Fall 2006

Francis Marion University , Florence, South Carolina, Winter 2006

Converse College, Spartanburg South Carolina, Spring 2006

Union University, Jackson, Tennessee, Fall 2004

Greenville Technical College, Greenville S.C. ,Faculty Art Presentation,  2003

Thresholds Exhibition Panel: Charleston, South Carolina, 2003

Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County, South Carolina, Spring  2002

Greenville County Museum , Greenville, South Carolina , Spring 2002

North Greenville College, Tigerville, South Carolina, Spring 2002

Bob Jones University Sculpture Group, Greenville, South Carolina, Spring 2002

Greenville County Museum, 1998

Greenville Technical College, Phi Theta Kappa Group, Greenville, S.C., 1998

South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts, Summer 1997.

University of South Carolina, Spartanburg, 1997

Coastal Carolina University, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, 1997

Tri-State Sculptors Conference, University of South Carolina, Spartanburg, 1996

Asheville Art Museum, Ashville, North Carolina, 1990

University of South Carolina, Salkehatchie Branch, Art in the Public School Conference, 1985

Columbia Museum of Arts and Sciences, Columbia, South Carolina, 1983

 

Grant for Excellence in the Arts and Humanities (Public Art Dialog) Elon University, North Carolina 2009-2010

National NISOD (National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development) Award for Excellence in College Teaching University of Texas at Austin 2007-2008

Foundation Grant – Inaugural Outdoor Sculpture Event, Greenville Technical College 2006-2008

Professor of the Year, Greenville Technical College, 1997

Professor of the Year, Greenville Technical College, 2007

Visual Arts Fellowship Grant, South Carolina Arts Commission, $7,500.  2001

Nominated for AVA (Awards in the Visual Arts) National Artist Award.  Sponsored by Equitable Life Assurance Society of United

States, The Rockefeller Foundation, and The National Endowment For The Arts. Number 6, and Number 7.

 

Award-winner in:

Carolina’s Got Art, Ehler’s Gallery, Charlotte North Carolina 2015

Metro Montage XV, Marietta Cobb Museum of Art 2015

The Art Center, 2015 Juried Exhibition, Clemson, South Carolina  1st 2015

ARC Gallery, Chicago,  Illinois,  Best of 2014

Spartanburg County Library 1st Annual Juried Exhibition 2013

Tristate Sculptors Elon University Exhibition Dialog About Public Art Award

Grant  for Excellence in the Arts and Humanities 2009

Women’s Caucus for the Arts Regional Exhibition From a Women’s Perspective, Edison Place Gallery, Washington, D.C. 2009 (Catalogue Cover)

Pickens County Museum 32nd Annual Juried Exhibition 2009

Women’s Caucus For the Arts Matriarch’s and Madonna’s Southeastern Regional, Kissimmee, Florida 2007

Weatherspoon National Print and Drawing International (Collector Purchase) 2007

Pickens County Museum 29th Annual Juried Exhibition 2006

Upstate Visual Arts Claude E Smith Exhibition 2006

Upstate Visual Arts Small Works Show 2004

Upstate Visual Artists Millennium Exhibition, 2000

Anderson County Art Council Exhibit, 1999

Seneca County Art Council Exhibit, 1999

Seneca County Art Council Exhibit, 1998

University of Kentucky Traveling Exhibition, 1990

Sandoz SCRA Regional Exhibition, 1986

Mississippi Museum of Art, Collage and Assemblage National Touring Exhibition, 1981 to 1985

McKissisk Museum Exhibition, 1982

Beaufort Art Association Exhibition, 1981

Beaufort Art Association Exhibition, 1980

Beaufort Art Association Exhibition, 1979

Tennessee Water Color All-State Show Traveling Exhibition, 1974
Collections:

Public Collections:

 

Ashville Museum of Art, Ashville, North Carolina

Hunter Museum of American Art Contemporary Collection, Chattanooga, Tennessee

Southwest Minnesota University Contemporary Collection

South Carolina State Art Collection

Spartanburg Library System Collection

Rose Cultural Center Museum

Columbia Museum of Arts and Sciences

Kingsnake Press Collection

Embry’s Foundation Collection

Pickens Cultural Center Museum Collection

South Carolina Archives and History Center Collection

Taylors First Baptist Church Public Sculpture

Bank of America, Columbia, South Carolina Collection

Regions Bank, Greenville, South Carolina Collection

Bank of Commerce, Morristown,Tennessee Collection

Walter State Community College Collection

 

 

 

Private Collections:

 

Ashville, North Carolina: Ray Griffith and Thom Robinson, Anne and Olla Rostol

Morristown, Tennessee: Ed and Mimi Schnitman, Edith Davis, Bob and Merle Stryer, John and Margie Johnson, W. M. Sams, Dr. Googe, Bunny and Allan Gerson, Dr. Jose Wee-eng, Dr. McNiel, Susan and Larry Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Solid,  Berkline Staff, Mrs. Horner,  Daniel and Pat Peransky,

Nashville, Tennessee: Malcolm L. McCune, John Momminee,

Franklin, Tennessee: Connie and Ken Shaw

Dyersburg, Tennessee: Margie Williams, Robert Owens, Paula Harrison

Paris, Tennessee: Elaine and Fred Watkins

Chattanooga, Tennessee: Howard Williams

Knoxville, Tennessee: Cynthia and John House, Polly T. Lafitte

Guilford, Connecticut: Will Armster, AIA, Heidi Armster

New York, New York: Sandra L. Langer

Houston, Texas: Eddie Davis Barnes

Warrington, North, Carolina: Lisa and Norman Pate

Tryon, North Carolina: Daingerfield Ashton, Phillip Gott

Port Charlotte, Florida: Mrs. O. W. Whiteside

Columbia, South Carolina: Eleanor Byrne, Pat Wilson, Mark Coplan,  Harry Hanson, Ray and Martha Wade

Allendale, South Carolina: Kathlene  Myric, Guy Ferguson, Mrs. Sharp

Barnwell, South Carolina: Bob Hundley,

New Orleans, Louisiana: David Houston

Greenville, South Carolina: Barbara Selvey, Bob Davis, Dr. Marie Watkins, Dr. Clark Brittain, Alishia and Ron Phelps, Judy Haynes, Sarah Catoe,    Lance Roberts, Pat Owens, Blake Praytor

Kissimmee, Florida:  Elizabeth Usry

Tallahassee, Florida: Jennifer and David Bailey

Atlanta, Georgia: Thomas and Karen Fitts

Charlotte, North Carolina: Terry and Sandra Loughlin

Huntsville Alabama: Joe Williams, Brian Williams

Whiteville, North Carolina: Bobby and Dan Suggs

Taylors, South Carolina: Jo and Carl Bruce

Calistoga, California: Nova and Brian Cadamatre

Louisville, Kentucky: Tayce and Dan Lassiter

Toms River, New Jersey: Patty and John Cadamatre

Basel, Switzerland: Peter Ringier, Susie and Hans Rudi Kelstadt, Paul Schwin

 

Biographical Listing in:   (not updated)                                       

Who’s Who of American Women — 2000- 2012

Who’s Who is America —1998- 2012

Who’s Who in the World — 2002- 2011

Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers — 1998- 2012

 

REFERENCES:

Shane Howell, Department Head, Visual and Performing Art Department, Greenville Technical College, P. 0. Box 5616, South Pleasantburg Drive, Greenville, South Carolina 29606. Phone 864-250-3019

 

  Harriett Green, South Carolina Arts Commission , 1800, Gervais Street, Columbia, South Carolina-phone: 864-734-  8762

 

Rusty Sox, South Carolina Arts Commission (former Public Relations Director Archives and History Center

Columbia, S.C.) —-phone: 864-734-8762

David Houston, Columbus Center for Southern Art, Columbus, SC —- phone: 504-539-9600