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    Abstract Paintings by Linda McCray
    art exhibit

    Dates: TBA

    The Basilica of Saint Mary
    John XXIII Gallery & Teresa of Calcutta Hall
    88 N. 17th Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    (612) 333-1381

  • Linda McCray Artist Talk, Exhibition Tour & Artist-in-Residency

    THE SPIRITUAL IN ABSTRACT: Paintings by Linda McCray

    Holter Museum of Art

    October 2 – December 31, 2020

    Video by Richie Melby Media.


  • Select Press


    Painting Toward the Light, Marga Lincoln, YourTime: Independent Record Helena, MT 2020

    Light and luminosity. These are what painter Linda makes the major foci of her works in her new exhibit, “The Spiritual in Abstract,” at the Holter Museum of art…READ MORE


    Complete list of articles on CV/resume.


  • Panel Discussion: The Spiritual in Abstract

    Holter Museum of Art

    How do art and spirituality connect? This lively discussion brings together history, spirituality, and art.

    Panelists include: Hipólito Rafael Chacón, Ph.D., Bruce and Suzanne Crocker Director of the Montana Museum of Art & Culture and professor of art history & criticism in the School of Art at the University of Montana—Missoula. Reverend Edward Hislop, M.Div., MA Liturgical Studies, director of Diocese of Helena Office of Worship, chair of Diocese of Helena, Liturgical Commission, and chair of National Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commission. Linda McCray, MFA, visual artist and former adjunct professor of art. Moderated by Cara Ewing, BFA. 

  • Linda McCray Webinar: Abstract Art in Sacred Space

    Association of Consultants for Liturgical Space (ACLS)

    Why abstract art in sacred space?

    Why use abstraction for the Stations of the Cross? How can I help others embrace abstract art?

    Linda McCray, liturgical artist, will share her abstract spiritual original paintings to illustrate how abstract art can work in sacred space and ways to help your congregation connect with abstract art.

    Case study: Experience Linda’s creative process through her abstract Stations of the Cross project.