A native of Brooklyn, artist Linda Butti began exhibiting her work with the  Brooklyn Museum’s “Brooklyn ’77” invitational. Since then, she has continually exhibited in group and solo shows in the NYC metropolitan area, nationally  and internationally. In 1992, she was honored by the National Organization of Italian American Women as “Woman of the Year” for her outstanding artwork.

  The recipient of numerous art awards, as well as seven NYSCA grants and a NYC Public Works Grant, she has shown her work in twenty solo exhibitions that include The Berkeley Gallery, NYC; Elaine Benson Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY;  Snug Harbor Cultural Center, SI, NY;  SUNY Institute of Technology, Utica, NY;  Fulton St Gallery, Troy, NY; University League Gallery, Princeton University, NJ; Whitehall Gallery, NYC; St John's University, NYC; and Mohawk Valley Center for the Arts, Little Falls, NY.


Having exhibited in over 100 juried group shows in venues as diverse as  Brenau University Ga, to Invitational Exhibits in Korea, the Canajoharie Art Museum, NY, The Andrews Art Museum, NC, and the National Arts Club, NYC, Linda has found a an array of collectors.             Her artwork is included in 35 permanent public collections,

       including The Yuko Nii Collection of the Williamsburg Art and 

               Historical Center, NBC Studios, Brenau University,

Isabella Medical Center, NYC, Cardinal Cooke Health Center, NYC,  Atria Living Centers, NYC, Sterling Drug Inc,  Mitsubishi Capital,

The Duran Group, The Kupperheimer Corporation,

and The Medical Examiners' Offices of the City of New York

as well as  numerous private collections.

     Currently, Linda is a Full Professor of Art in the NYC metropolitan area; she gives demonstrations, lectures, and is a guest curator .

She is included in “Who's Who of American Women” and “Who's Who of American Art”.

Linda is a member of the American Society of Contemporary Artists,

NY Society  of Woman Artists, and  Women in the Arts Foundation, Inc.

Currently, Linda is  co-curator of the Loretto Memorial Gallery,

St.  John’s University, Staten Island Campus.

Self Portrait