Lynda Monick-Isenberg is a visual artist and educator on equal terms exhibiting her artwork in group and solo exhibitions locally and nationally.
Her work is included in private and public collections including the Minnesota History Center, Minneapolis Institute of Art, and Weisman Art Museum.
In addition to creating and teaching, she is an arts education consultant working with educators, schools, and communities with a focus on arts integration. Prior teaching experience includes foundation chair and professor at the College of Visual Art and adjunct faculty positions at Hamline University Graduate School of Education and the University of Minnesota College of Art and Design, as well as K-12 teaching, K-12 teacher professional development, and teaching artist residencies with traditional and special needs populations.
Monick-Isenberg is a founding member of Form+Content Gallery and the Jewish Women's Artist Circle, cofacilitates the 2015/16 Jewish Artists lab, codirects the Drawing Project—a community-based roving drawing experience—and an active member of the Twin Cities creative community.