Born in Bismarck, ND

Lives and works in Dallas, TX

M.A., University of Dallas, Irving, TX
B.A., Moorhead State University, Moorhead, MN


2011        Vigilant, Fire Station #10, Dallas, TX
2009        60 Seconds, Bachman Lake Branch Library, Dallas, TX
2004-08   Re-Connection/Re-Cognition, Lagunda Honda Hospital, Courtyard E,

                          San Francisco, CA

1999-02    Reflect, South Austin Police Substation, Austin, TX
2000         Buttoned, Goodwill Industries, Fort Worth, TX
1998-00    27th Ave Waste Management Campus Master Plan, Linnea Glatt, 

                          Michael Singer, Laurel McSherry, and Fritz Steiner (ASU Landscape and

                          Urban Planning Dept. Tempe, AZ)

1998-03    Walnut Hill DART Station, Dallas Area Rapid Transit, 

                          Linnea Glatt (Artist), Vidaud &  Assoc. (Architect), 

 1996-98    Interpretive Programming, 27th Avenue Waste Management Facility, City of Phoenix,

                          Linnea Glatt/ Michael Singer (Artists), Albert Woods Design Inc.

1996-99     Paradise Lane Pedestrian Bridge, City of Phoenix, 

                  Linnea Glatt (Artist), HDR (Engineers)

1989-93     27th Avenue Waste Management Facility, City of Phoenix, 

                           Black and Veatch  (Engineers), Linnea Glatt and Michael Singer (Artists)

1992          Harrow, Lubben Plaza, Dallas, TX
1990          Passage Inacheve, Buffalo Bayou, Houston, TX
1988          Mimi's Garden, Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Society, Dallas, TX 

                           Boyd, Heidrick, Armstrong, Berger (Landscape Architects), 

                           James Cinquemani, Linnea Glatt, Brad Goldberg (Artists)

1984          A Place to Perform, Bath House Cultural Center, Dallas, TX (Catalog)

1982          A Place to Gather, Richland College, Dallas, TX (Catalog)

2021       Peaks and Vales, Moncrief Cancer Institute, Fort Worth, TX. Fernando Alvarez (Curator)

2020       8 Days a Week, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX (Online exclusive)

2018       Plot Line, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX
2016       Continuum, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX
2013       Incre-Mental, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX
2010       With In, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX
2006       Life Span, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX
2004       Lifeworld, Legend Artist Exhibition, Dallas Center for Contemporary Art, Dallas, TX   

               Linnea Glatt, Brookhaven College, Farmers Branch, TX
1998       Recent Work, Gerald Peters Gallery, Dallas, TX
1995       Linnea Glatt: Recent Work, Gerald Peters Gallery, Dallas, TX
1993       Moorhead Room, Installation, Moorhead State University, Moorhead, MN 

1990       Circum-Stance, Collaborative Installation with Frances Thompson, Blue Star

                            Art Space, San Antonio, TX
1989      Expose, Acknowledge, Reconcile, Collaborative Installation with Frances Merritt

                            Thompson, CIRCA Gallery, University of Texas at Arlington, TX


2021       Iconic, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX

2020       Women on Top, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX

               Texas Women: A New History of Abstract Art, San Antonio Museum of Art, 

                            San Antonio, TX

2019       Monumental II,  Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX

2017       It’s Only Black and White... But I Like It, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX

               View From The Art Village, 50 Year Retrospective, University of Dallas, Irving, TX

2016       Primary Research, St. Paul Place, Dallas, TX 

               Two X Two, Dallas, TX

2015       Interface, Carneal Simmons Contemporary Art, Dallas, TX 

               Texas Abstract, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX

               Linnea Glatt and Annette Lawrence, Trinity Valley School, Fort Worth TX

               Texas Abstract, Galveston Art Center, Galveston, TX 

2014       Drawing, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX

               33 at 2133 (TWO Doubles Couples Pairs), Tinkerboxstudio, Dallas, TX 

               Drawn In / Drawn Out, The Grace Museum, Abilene, TX
               MAC @ 20 Part 1, McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, TX

2012       Drawing, Group Exhibit, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX 

               Art Sewn, Asheville Art Museum, Asheville, NC (Catalog)

2011      11.11.11, Gallery Nord, San Antonio, TX
               Models of Public Art, Latino Cultural Center, Dallas, TX

               Bliss, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX
               Silver: 25th Anniversary Exhibition, The Gallery At UTA, Arlington, TX (Catalog) 

               Art Sewn: Tradition, Innovation, Expression, Five Myles, Brooklyn, NY (Catalog)

               XXV Anniversary Exhibition, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX
               Check Up, Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
               Sustenance, 337 Singleton Blvd. Dallas, TX

2010       100 Abstract, University Gallery, Moorhead State Univ., Moorhead, MN 

2009       Drawing In, ArtLab, Dallas, TX
2008       Alchemy or Change, University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX 

2007       Reno7, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX

2006       Intersection, UNT Artspace FW, Fort Worth, TX
2005       Twenty/Twenty, Part I and Part II, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX

               Natural Beauty, Galveston Arts Center, Galveston, TX

               Faculty Exhibit, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX
2004       Project Marfa 2, Barry Whistler Gallery, Marfa, TX

               Luck Be a Lady, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX
               One Hundred Drawings, University of Dallas, Irving, TX

               Mavens, University of Dallas, Irving, TX

2003       Pairings, Dallas Center for Contemporary Art, Dallas, TX

               Essential Space, McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, TX

2002       Drawn 2, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, TX

               Surface, Tarrant County College, Arlington, TX

2001       Proposals, Love Field Public Art Project, Dallas Visual Art Center, Dallas, TX 

2000       Vision and Movement 2000: Public Art/Public Transit, The Gallery at UTA,

                         Arlington, TX.
1999-00  Living and Working in Texas, Park Central, Dallas, TX.

1998       Link, Gerald Peters Gallery, Dallas, TX
1997       Second Texas Annual Exhibition,The Contemporary Art Center of Fort Worth, TX

               Women 's Work, Arlington Museum of Art, TX

               Link, Gerald Peters Gallery, Dallas, TX
1996       Schemata: Drawings by Sculptors, The Glassell School of Art, The Museum of

                         Fine Arts, Houston, TX
               Link, Gerald Peters Gallery, Dallas, TX

1995       Height, Width, Depth, Blue Star Art Center, San Antonio, TX

1994       Reuse Refuse, Honolulu Academy of Art, Honolulu, Hawaii (Catalog)
               Material/ Immaterial, Bridge Center for Contemporary Art, El Paso, TX 

               Texas Axis, Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington,TX

1990       The Vessel, Hickory Street Annex, Dallas, TX (Catalog)
1989-90  A Century of Sculpture in Texas 1889-1989, Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery,

                           University of Texas at Austin, (Catalog) and traveled to:

                           San Angelo Museum of Art, San Angelo, TX

                           El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, TX

                           Amarillo Art Center, Amarillo, TX (Catalog)

1988        Working Papers, Brookhaven College, Farmers Branch,TX
                Southern Methodist University Salon, The Crescent Gallery, Dallas, TX
                City Fair, Texas Commerce Pavilion Gallery, Dallas, TX
                Texas Women Exhibition, National Museum of Women in Arts, Washington, D.C.

1987-88  Third Coast Review: A Look at Art in Texas, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO 

                            (Catalog) and traveled to: 

                            University of Colorado Art Gallery, Boulder, CO    

                            Powerplant Visual Arts Center, Fort Collins, CO 

                            Blue Star Art Space, San Antonio, TX 

1987        Sculpture the Spectrum, Lawndale Art and Performance Center, Houston, TX

                             (Catalog) and traveled to: 

                             Blue Star Art Space, San Antonio, TX 

                Southern Methodist University Faculty Exhibition, SMU, Dallas, TX

                Texas Sculpture Symposium, San Antonio Museum of Art and Oakwell Farms,

                              San Antonio, TX
1986-87  Artists’ Response to Architecture, The Nave Museum, Victoria, TX

                             (Catalog) and traveled to: 

                             Amarillo Art Center, Amarillo, TX 

                             The Museum, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX 

               Women of the Big State: Current Art, Art Warehouse, Austin,TX

                             (Catalog) and traveled to:

                             Pavilion Gallery, LTV Center, Dallas, TX 

                             Carver Community Cultural Center, San Antonio, TX 

               Introductions ‘86, Mark Lombardi Gallery, Houston, TX
               Maquettes, Brookhaven College, Farmers Branch, TX
               Linnea Glatt, Frances Bagley, Joe Havel, Austin College, Sherman, TX

1985       Drawings by Sculptors, 500X Gallery, Dallas, TX
               Southern Methodist University Faculty Biennial, SMU, Dallas, TX

               Texas Sculpture Symposium Exhibition, Dallas Public Library, Dallas, TX (catalogue) 

               D.W. Gallery Ten Year Anniversary Exhibition, D.W. Gallery, Dallas, TX 

               Sculpture Invitational, Laguna Gloria Museum, Austin, TX
               Art in the Metroplex Series, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX

2004-06    Texas Christian University, Department of Art, Fort Worth, TX
1985-88    Southern Methodist University, Department of Art and Art History, Dallas, TX 

1974-84    Richland College, Art and Humanities Department, Dallas, TX


Southwestern Hospital Collection, Dallas, TX

The Resource Center, Dallas, TX
William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital, Dallas, TX 

Fort Worth Art Center, Fort Worth, TX
Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX
Frito Lay Collection, Dallas, TX
American Airlines Admirals Club, Dallas, TX
Federal Reserve Bank, Dallas, TX
Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX

2004    Dallas Center for Contemporary Art 2004 Legend Award, Dallas, TX
1997    Valley Forward Association Environmental Excellence Award for Paradise Lane

                   Pedestrian Bridge, Phoenix, AZ
1989    Art Matters Individual Artist Grant, Art Matters, Inc. New York, NY

1986    Assemblage Presidents Award for Excellence in Three Dimensional Art, 

                    The Assemblage, Dallas, TX

            National Endowment Visual Artist Fellowship Grant
1982    Dallas County Community College Foundation Grant, Dallas, TX

            Anne Giles Kimbrough Fund Grant, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX
1980    First Place Merit Award, Billie Marcus Fund, Dallas Museum of Art and Dallas

                    Art III, Dallas, TX

2014    "Re-imagining the Arts", Mayors Arts Week Panel, Dallas, TX
2013    "National Art Education Association Women's Caucus Keynote Speaker"

                   Fort Worth, TX
2011    "Public Art and Studio Practice", Latino Cultural Center, Dallas, TX

2004    “Teaming with Design Professionals and Artists” Fort Worth Community Art Center.

2003    Artist Talk, McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, TX 

            Artist Talk, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX

2001    “Our Place Odyssey”, Texas Society of Architects Convention, Dallas, TX 

            “Graduate Critique”, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX

2000    “Vision and Movement 2000: Public Art /Public Transit,” The Gallery, University 

                     of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX

1999    Artist Talk, School of Architecture, University of Texas at Arlington,

                     Arlington, TX
1997    “Artist Initiative, Vision,” Phoenix Arts Commission, Phoenix, AZ

            Artist Talk, Ft. Worth Art Center, Fort Worth, TX
1995   “Trails, Rails, and Tales” National AIA Design Conference, Dallas, TX 

1994    “Public Art, Revitalizing the Infrastructure,” National Assembly of Local Art

                    Agencies, Dallas, TX
1994    “The Public Artist and Public Art in Multicultural Communities,” San Antonio

                    Museum of Art, Department of Arts and Cultural Affairs, San Antonio, TX

            “Rising Above Our Garbage,” Exploratorium, San Francisco, CA
            Artist Talk, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA

            Artist Talk, California College of Arts and Crafts, San Francisco, CA

            “Is Public Art Possible?” Dallas Research and Exhibition, Inc. Dallas, TX

1992    “Public Art and City Building Livable Environments,” Department of Arts and 

                     Cultural Affairs, San Antonio, TX

             Artist Talk, Dallas Chapter of Landscape Architects, Dallas, TX

             Artist Talk, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX 

1991     Artist Talk, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX

             “Public Art: Expanding Visions in an Age of Compromise,” Artlink Symposium, 

                      Phoenix, AZ

1989    “Sculpture Symposium 1989,” Amarillo Art Center, Amarillo, TX
1985    “Sources, Spaces, Sites, Artist: What Inspires You?” 5th Texas Sculpture

                     Symposium, Dallas,TX
1983    “The Working Imagination of the Artist” Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, 

                     Dallas, TX

2013      Juror, "Drawing Community and Other Connections", National Art Education

                     Association Women's Caucus, Exhibition and Catalog 

2001      Review panelist, Dallas Cultural Policy

              Review panelist, Jacob K. Javits Fellowship Program, Washington, D.C.
2000      Fort Worth Stone Symposium, large scale stone carving
1997      “Artist Initiative, Vision,” Workshop Series, Phoenix Arts Commission, AZ 

1988-91 Dallas Museum of Art Awards to Artists Committee
1987      Site Inventory Volunteer for the Public Art Master Plan Committee of Dallas

                      Division of Cultural Affairs
1986-87 Board of Directors, Texas Sculpture Symposium

1986      Finalist, Lafayette Centennial Sculpture Competition, Lafayette, LA 

1984      Artist in Residence, Bath House Cultural Center, Dallas, TX
1979      Visiting Artist, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC
1975      Founding Member, D.W. Gallery, Dallas, TX

Deborah Martin, '"Texas Women: A New History of Abstract Art,' 

        Opening at San Antonio Museum of Art", San Antonio Express News, February, 2020

Simik, Peter, "What you should take away from the Mayor's Dallas Arts Week Panel",, April, 2014
Simik, Lucia, "Life Imitaes Art: A metalworker and an artist create utopia in an Oak Cliff

        live-work space", 2013
Grundy, Gordy, "Dawdling at the Dallas Art Walk: High Art, Low Art and No Art", Dec. 12, 2012

Cotter, Holland, "Art/Sewn: Tradition, Innovation, Expression" The New York Times,

        April 28, 2011

Schuster, Robert, "Art/Sewn" The Village Voice, April 20, 2011

Naves, Mario, Art/Sewn: Tradition, Innovation, Expression" City Arts New York 

        Review of Culture, April 5, 2011

Simblist, Noah, "Linnea Glatt: With In", Daily Serving: An International Forum for 

        The Contemporary Visual Arts, January 10, 2011

Daniel, Mike, “Center Announces Legend Award Winners” Dallas Morning News, 

        June 16, 2004. p.8B

Daniel, Mike, “Mavens at the University of Dallas” Dallas Morning News, March 12, 2004

Thornton, Terri, “Mavens” Haggerty Gallery Publication, University of Dallas, February, 2004

Traynham, Richard, “Humanity, Simplicity Emerge in Art Galleries”, Brookhaven Courier, 

        Feb.16,  2004. p.7

Newman, David, “Linnea Glatt: The Figure of Drawing Proper"      2004

Hurt, Cindy, “Linnea Glatt: Co-Existence”Artlies, Spring 2003, p.81
Hurt, Cindy, “Essential Space 2: Frances Bagley, Linnea Glatt and L. Kaneem Smith”

         Artlies, Summer 2003,pp.64-65
Kutner, Janet, “Material Success” Dallas Morning News, Monday May 12, 2003, p.12E 

Keres, Alana. “The Art of Emergency” Tribeza Magazine, Austin, Tx. Sept. 2002, pp.26-29

Finkelpearl, Tom, "Dialogues in Public Art", Linnea Glatt and Michael Singer on Designing 

         the Phoenix Solid Waste Management Facility, MIT Press, 2000, pp.196 - 218

Daniel, Mike. “Linnea Glatt at Gerald Peters,” The Dallas Morning News, Weekend

         Guide, October 9, 1998
Kutner, Janet. “Gender Gap,” The Dallas Morning News, Saturday, August 30, 1997, p.45A

Johnson, Patricia C. “Exhibits Draw Contrasting Styles, Moods,” The Houston

         Chronicle, January 17, 1997, pp 1D and 8D
Save Outdoor Sculpture, National Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Property,

         Washington D.C., 1996
Kutner, Janet, “Sculptural Sketches of Private Space,” The Dallas Morning News, Friday,

         September 29, 1995
Bacigalupi, “HxWxDepth,” New Art Examiner, Summer 1995
Sorvig, Kim, “Solid Waste to Civic Monument,” Landscape Architecture, June 1995 

Bussel, Abbey, “City or Supersuburb?” Progressive Architecture, December 1994 

Diaz, Eduardo, “Artist Can Play Fundamental Role in Shaping Cities,” San Antonio

        Express News, September 25,1994

Mitchell, Charles Dee, “ Area Art Exhibits are Worth the Trip,” The Dallas Morning

        News, September 17, 1994
Tyson, Janet, “The Eyes of Axis,” Fort Worth Star Telegram, September 13, 1994

Temin, Christine, “ A Model for Public Art,” The Boston Globe Magazine, July 24, 1994 

Stein, Karen, “Making Art of Trash,” Architectural Record, June 1994
Sherer, Gaye, “Room Has a Special Viewpoint,” El Paso Post, January 13,1994

“Tercia de Damea Exhiben sus Obras en El Paso,” Tiempo Libre, January 10,1994 

Muschamp, Herbert, “You Must Remember This” The New York Times, December 24,1993

“There’s Meaning in Glatt’s Dirt, Harvested Wheat” The Forum, September 2, 1993 

McGuire, Stryker, “Phoenix on the Rise” Newsweek, July 12, 1993, pp58-60
Hanish, Ann, Sculpture, September-October 1993, p 39
Muschamp, Herbert, “When Art Is a Public Spectacle” The New York Times, August 29, 1993

        p 1H and 30H

Mitchell, Charles Dee, “Linnea Glatt and Frances Merritt Thompson”Art Forum,

        Summer 1991, p120.
Moody, Tom, “Linnea Glatt, Frances Merritt Thompson”Artpapers, July/August, 1989. pp 61-62

Davidow, Joan, “The Poetics of Space: The Personal Resolve of Linnea Glatt” Detour,

        November 1988, pp 82-85.
No Bluebonnetss, No Yellow Roses: Essays of Texas Women in the Arts, Midmarch Arts

        Press, 1988
Watson-Jones, Virginia, Contemporaty American Women Sculptors, Oryx Press, 1986. 

Hickey, Dave, “Spiritual Minimalism: Non-Fictional Art” Lecture, University of Houston, 1985.

Hickey, Dave, “Linnea Glatt and Patricia Tillman: Post Modern Options” Artspace,

        Summer 1985, pp 28-31.
Raczka, Robert, “Linnea Glatt” Artspace, Vol.15, No.3, Summer 1981, pp. 21-23.

Lippard, Lucy, “Report from Houston: Texas Red Hots” Art in America, Vol.67,

        No.4, July/August, 1979.

Moser, Charlotte, “Fanning the Creative Fires” Art News, Vol.78.No5, May 1979, pp 109-117

Rifkin, Ned, “Fire or Flood?”Artweek, Vol.19, No.10, March 10, 1979, p 9a.