Linda Schrank has exhibited nationally and internationally since 1978. Solo exhibitions include Spazio E_EMME, Sardinia; The Piero della Francesca Foundation; Sansepolcro, Italy; Rosenberg + Kaufman Fine Art, NYC; Kidder Smith Gallery, Boston; Columbia University; Brown University; Fairleigh Dickinson University; Hobart and William Smith Colleges; Pratt Institute; the Etruscan Museum, Cortona, Italy; Gallery Spazio Imago, Arezzo, Italy; Galleria Peccolo, Livorno, Italy; Museo della Ceramica, Monte San Savino, Italy and Palazzo Costa, Mantua, Italy.
      Her work is included in major private, corporate and public collections, among them the Brooklyn Museum; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Boston Public Library; Houghton Library, Harvard University; Library of Congress; Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University; Princeton University; Minneapolis Institute of Arts; Museum of Ceramics,Torgiano, Italy; Museo Regionale della Ceramica, Deruta, Italy; Pratt Institute; Rochester Institute of Technology; American University, Washington, DC ; The International Museum of the Woman in Art, Abruzzo, Italy; The Morgan Library and Museum; The New York Public Library; University of Houston; University of Iowa; Smith College Museum of Art.
      Schrank has completed notable special projects and commissions, including a video collaboration with the composer Huang Ruo, at Symphony Space, NY; a commissioned mural at the The AlbornoZ Hotel in Spoleto; and a permanent installation in the Museo della Poesia, Cesa (AR).
      She has been awarded residency grants at the American Academy in Rome; apexart International Fellowship, Melbourne, Australia; Moulin a Nef, Auvillar, France; Sanskriti Foundation, New Delhi, India;  Fundacion Valparaiso, Almeria, Spain; Yaddo; Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, to name a few. Additionally she received grants from the Brooklyn Museum; the Brandywine Graphic Workshop, Philadelphia; Pratt Faculty Development Fund; Cuts and Burns Residency, Output Video Production; Ditta G. Grazia ndC., Majoliche Artistiche, Deruta, Italy; Arts Workshop Grant, The America the Beautiful Fund of New York.
      Linda Schrank lives and works in New York City and Tuscany.