Lynda M. Monick-Isenberg
Lynda M. Monick-Isenberg is a visual artist who works in drawing and weaving. She has exhibited in group and solo exhibitions locally and nationally, and she has installed over one hundred large-scale tapestry commissions nation wide. Her most recent work creates opportunity to address change and is rooted in the principles of social justice, raising questions of equity, action, and art.
In addition to her studio practice, Monick-Isenberg holds adjunct teaching positions in graduate programs in colleges in St. Paul and Minneapolis and has participated in the development and implementation of community-based teaching artist residencies throughout Minnesota, working with Minneapolis Public Schools, St. Paul Public Schools, and the Perpich Center for Arts Education.
Her community work includes observational drawing instruction with K–12 students and public- and charter-school teachers. She is a founding member of Form and Content Gallery and the Jewish Woman’s Artist Circle, and she actively participates in the arts community in the Twin Cities.