The Canadian Art Database

Linda Stanbridge


2002        Counterpoint, Nanaimo Art Gallery, Malaspina University College.
1999        New Work, The Douglas Udell Gallery, Vancouver, B.C.
1996        Transfer, The Douglas Udell Gallery, Vancouver, B.C.
1993        New Works, The Douglas Udell Gallery, Vancouver, B.C
1991        Point of View, Woltjen Udell Gallery, Vancouver, B.C.
1990        Through a Glass Darkly, The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, B.C.


1992        The 13th International Biennial of Ceramics, The Picasso Museum Vallauris, France.
1992        Sculpture, Woltjen Udell Gallery, Vancouver, B.C.
1992        Small Wonders, Woltjen Udell Gallery, Vancouver B.C.
1992        The Fifth National Biennial of Ceramics, Trois-Riveres, Quebec. Catalogue printed.
1992        The Seattle Art Fair Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.
1991        December Choice, Woltjen Udell Gallery, Vancouver, B.C.
1990        Fourth National Biennial of Ceramics, Trois-Riveres, Quebec. Catalogue printed.
1989        Four From The Islands, The Surrey Art Gallery, Curator Ann Rosenberg Linda & Harry Stanbridge        
               North Park Gallery, Victoria, B.C.
1988        East Meets West, International Gallery San Diego, California, U.S.A.
1987        Out of Context, The Cartwright Gallery Vancouver, B.C.
1987        Annual Erotica Exhibition, Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange, Regina SK.
1987        Celebration of Colour, The Cartwright Gallery Vancouver,BC.
1986        Recent Work, The Gallery of B.C. Ceramics Vancouver B.C.
1984        Made By Hand, Charles H Scott Gallery, Vancouver B.C. Curated by Doris Shadbolt.
1984        Out of Bounds, North Park Gallery, Victoria, B.C.


Counterpoint A Survey John K Grande, Exhibition catalogue, 2002.
Craft: Perception and Practice/ A Canadian Discourse. Published by Ronsdale Press, 2002.
Linda Stanbridge, New Work, Espace Montreal Quebec Winter issue p.51 Paula Gustafson, 2002.
Linda Stanbridge At Douglas Udell Gallery, World Sculpture News, Hong Kong Volume 5 #1, 1999.
Artistic Spouses Take Delight in Optical Games, Georgia Straight, Vancouver Canada Issue Dec 24-31
pp 58, 1998.
Linda Stanbndge, American Ceramics. New York NY Vol.12 #3 Matthew Kangas, 1997.
Linda Stanbridge’s Visual Paradoxes, Ceramics Art and Perception. Sydney, Australia No. 27,
pp 48-50 1997.
Nouvelle Objet . Seoul Korea vol.3 pp 186-189, 1997.
Great Work, Vancouver Canada vol #1 pp 82-83, published by Melanie Gold, 1996
Making and Metaphor, Artichoke Fall and Winter p 23 Gloria Lesser, 1996
"San Angelo National Museum Texas, Catalogue, 1993.
Linda Stanbridge New Works, Preview Magazine, 1993.
Linda Stanbridge Seeing Through A Glass Darkly, Art Post /43 Fall and Winter Issue, Dorinda Neave, 1992.
13 International Biennial of Ceramics, Picasso Museum Vallauris, France catalogue, 1992.
Fifth National Biennial of Ceramics Trois-Riveres, Quebec, 1992.
A Gravity Defying Perspective, The Vancouver Sun November 15, Ann Rosenberg 1991.
Linda Stanbridge Through A Glass Darkly, Insight Magazine Spring Issue pp 12-14 Nicholas Tuelle,
The Claridge Collection Montreal PQ (catalogue) 1991.
The Fourth National Biennial of Ceramics Trios-Riveres, Quebec, (catalogue) 1990.
Greek Ideals and Classical Illusions, Ann Rosenberg, The Vancouver Sun June 23, 1990.
Not a Pretty Picture of Dark Days to Come, Ann Rosenberg, The Vancouver Sun September 15 , l990.
Powerful! Pieces Born in Smoke and Fire, Jeff Bell, The Times Colonist  July 22, 1990.


2002        Public Art Award City of Victoria, B.C.
2000        Canada Council B Grant
1998        Canada Council B Grant
1997        Public Art Commission, The City Of Victoria
1995        British Columbia Cultural Grant
1993        Public Art./ Art in Public Places Program, Saanich B.C.
1992        British Columbia Cultural Grant
1988        The Grace Cameron Rogers Award


The Victoria International Airport, B.C.
The Surrey Art Gallery, B.C.
The Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa, ON.
The City of Victoria, B.C.
The Municipality of Sannich B.C.
The Claridge Collection Montreal, QC.
McDonalds Corp., Burnaby B.C. (Western Headquarters)
The University of Victoria, B.C.
Waisman, Deware, Grout, Carter, Vancouver, B.C.


Douglas Udell Gallery Vancouver, B.C.
Douglas Udell Gallery Edmonton, AB.
Artist Space, New York, U.S.A.
Virginia Christopher, Calgary, AB.
Winchester Gallery, Victoria, B.C.