Linda Weil

With over 40 years of experience as a professional artist specialising in all forms of drawing medium, but particularly graphite, Linda Weil is known for her engaging and detailed drawings of wildlife, ocean themes, nature studies and found objects.

In the past decade Linda has returned to her love of imaginative, science fiction and fantastical works. Melding her experience as a naturalist artist with a mechanical bent, Linda’s art may reflect a surrealist mechanical vision of the world, an intricate exploration of an animals fur, a favourite folk tale, or the discovery of the history of a found object – all expressed through graphite with the occasional hint of colour pencil or organic stain.

Linda is represented by and exhibits regularly at Tacit Galleries in Collingwood, Victoria, as well as a variety of regional Australian art shows.

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Awards & Achievements

Recent Major Awards:
Winner: VAS Autumn Select Exhibition 2023
Sculpture 2nd Place, VAS Summer Exhibition 2023
Winner: David John Memorial Best Ink, Pencil, Charcoal or other Medium Leongatha Art Exhibition 2023
Best Drawing: Camberwell Art Show 2022
Best monochrome: Bright Autumn Art Exhibition 2022
Sculpture 3rd Place, VAS Summer Exhibition 2022
Highly Commended: Mission to Seafarers Art Prize 2021
Best in Show: 2021 Blairgowrie Yacht Club Invitational Art Show
Highly Commended: VAS Contemporary Exhibition 2020
Winner: Terry Collins Award. AGRA AAEA, 2019
Winner: Best Australian Art Kilmore Art Show 2019
Winner: Pencil Section AGRA KJM Drawing exhibition 2018

Recent Exhibitions:
2022: Selected exhibitor ‘Substrate’ at Tacit Art
2022: Solo ‘Grim Visions’ Blarney Books and Art Gallery, Port Fairy
2022: Feature Artist – Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron Invitational Easter Art Show
2021/22: Selected entrant, Biblio Artprize 2021/22t
2021: Selected exhibition, Mission to Seafarers Art Prize
2021: Solo ‘Spoons’, Tacit Art
2021: Solo- 20,000 Leagues, Tacit Art
2021: Selected exhibitor, ‘Caravan’ group exhibition at Tacit Art
2021: Selected Entrant, Biblio Art Prize 2020
2020: Solo – ‘Spoons’ Medallion exhibition AGRA
2020: Selected exhibitor, Group, 2020(20) Tacit Art

Represented by Tacit Art.