Linda Griffith has exhibited internationally at many respected venues, including Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Hasselblad Austrian Super Circuit, Woodmere Museum, Noyes Museum of Art, Contemporary Museum of Baltimore, Free Gallery of Glascow, XIII International World AIDS Conference of Durban, South Africa, Philadelphia Sketch Club, State University of New York, Phillip's Mill Photographic Annual, University of Maine, and Rowan University.
Her images have been generously awarded by respected jurors including Katherine Ware, Curator of Photographs, Philadelphia Museum of Art; International Photography Forum; International Women's History Project; Texas Artist's Museum, and the Center for the Arts in Southern New Jersey.
Her work can be found in collections at the State University of New York, Museum of Modern Art Franklin Furnace Artist's Book Collection, University of Maine, and in numerous private collections.
Center for Maine Contemporary Art
Biennial Juried Exhibition, May 2010
Featured Artist in "No Left Turn"
Artis Magazine of New England, June-July 2005
Environmental protection exhibition defended by
National Coalition Against Censorship, September 2001
Hatboro Imagined • Museum of Modern Art
Franklin Furnace Artist Book Collection
Shaun Miller Memorial Award
Phillips Mill Photographic Exhibition 2003
juried by Katherine Ware, Curator of Photographs
Philadelphia Museum of Art
David Winston, photographer and Nancy Ori, photographer
Featured Artist/Author in "By the Warm Hearth in a Strange House"
Franco-American Women's Institute, "moé pi toé", Vol 3, No. 3 2002
The Tiley Wedding
MG Car and Driver, 2002
Photographer's Forum Best of Photography Annual 2001
Featured Artist in "We Can Get There From Here This Way"
Art Calendar Magazine, June 2001
“Manayunk in Winter
Series,”Philadelphia City Paper “Exposure”, 2001
Multiple images featured in
Hasselblad Austrian Super Circuit
Linz, Austria, 2000
“Woman in the Rain”
Photographer’s Forum Best of Photography Annual 2000
Publication of "Dialogue With Government"
and "Not Everything Is Forgivable"
by University of Buffalo SUNY in
"Eyes Wide Open: Artists' Perceptions of Conflict" 2000
"The Fiancee" invited for exhibition at the
XIII International World AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa
in conjunction with the effort to increase global awareness of
the impact of HIV/AIDS on women, July 2000
Guest artist at Stage Gallery's "Art at the Millennium"
by invitation of the curators and directors of the
New Museum of Contemporary Art in Soho
Islip Art Museum and Stage Gallery on Long Island
the Nezin Gallery in Freeport and Nexus Gallery in Manhattan
"Not Everything Is Forgivable" was unanimously chosen
from over one thousand submissions
by artists representing five continents of the world.
“Vestment” Second Place, “Accommodations” Third Place
National Juried Photography Show, Fall 1999
Texas Artists Museum, Port Arthur, Texas
“Vestment,” "Accommodations,” and “Abigail” Award of Merit
Annual Juried Photography Exhibition, Fall 1999
Center for the Arts in Southern New Jersey
University of New England
SWAN Monologues by Women 2010
Maine Short Play Festival Award 2006
"Trains of Painesville"
Maine Short Play Festival Award 2007
Fulbright Award for the Study of Acting, 1972