Linda Geary's recent solo exhibitions: New Paintings at 101 California in San Francisco (2011); Inside Out at Rena Bransten Gallery (2010); and 13 Watercolors at Rose Burlingham Livingroom Gallery in New York (2009).
A catalog with essay by CCA chair of the Graduate Program in Curatorial Practice chair Leigh Markopoulos accompanied Inside Out. The show was reviewed by Kenneth Baker in the San Francisco Chronicle and by David M. Roth for Squarecylinder.com.
A 2011 profile of her work and studio appear in In the Make. Her work also appears in the 2012 New American Paintings curated by Anne Ellegood, senior curator at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.
Geary was a resident at Art Omi International artists residency in Omi, New York, in 2007, and the recipient of the Elizabeth Foundation Grant and the Pollock-Krasner Award. Her work has been exhibited in Bay Area Now 3 at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Mills College, San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, and Bau Institute Otranto, Italy.
Her work has been reviewed in Art in America, ArtForum, San Jose Mercury News, ArtWeek, Sacramento Bee, and Portland Mercury News.
In 2011 Geary conducted conversations with 101 artists, writers, and curators and is currently working on a book project about it with the artist Colter Jacobsen. The project is discussed in Margaret Tedesco’s podcast "KUSF In Exile, a conversation with Linda Geary and Jordan Stein," in January 2012.