Work by Ping Zheng.

Myung Gyun You. Forest of History.

Rose Tangle by Samantha Mitchell.

Loom of Time by Eleen Lin.

Desert Tangle by Tempest NeuCollins.

Summer Artist Residency


Artist is Chosen for 2018 Residency Award

Rancho Linda Vista is delighted to announce that 2D artist Ping Zheng has been selected as the 2018 recipient of the RLV Artist Residency Award Ping’s process of isolating and discovering the poetic resonances within her particular vision, along with her accomplishments as a’s emerging artist, were factors in her selection for this year’s award. Ping received her BFA from the Slade School of Art and MFA from Rhode Island School of Design. She has exhibited her work in New York and London. We look forward to her joining us in August.

RLV Announces Its Selection for the 2017 Artist Resident Award

We are excited to announce that the mixed-media installation artist Myung Gyun You has been selected as this year’s recipient of the RLV Artist Residency Award. Whether focusing on giant site-specific installations to small wall pieces, Gyun’s work integrates ideas connected to culture, identity and nature using organic and manmade materials. Read more...

2016 Artist Residencies Awarded to Samantha Mitchell and Sharon Lee Hart

Please join us in congratulating the two new artists selected for this year’s Artist Residencies.
Samantha Mitchell is a noteworthy artist and published writer based in Philadelphia working with drawing and printmaking processes... (more)

Sharon Lee Hart is an award-winning photographer working with mixed media who comes to us from Florida... (more)

Eleen Lin Selected as the 2015 Artist Residency Award Recipient

We are delighted that Eleen Lin will join us this summer as the recipient of our 2015 RLV Artist Residency Award. Born in Taiwan, raised in Thailand, and a current resident of the United States, Eleen is a figurative painter who mines her rich tri-national heritage for inspiration, reinvestigating classic myths through a contemporary lens. Eleen studied at Slade School of Art and at Yale, where she received an MFA. She has had numerous exhibits of her work in New York, London and Taiwan.

Tempest NeuCollins Awarded RLV’s Inaugural Summer Artist Residency

Rancho Linda Vista is thrilled to announce that Tempest NeuCollins has been selected as the recipient of its inaugural Summer Artist Residency Award. A painter, photographer and printmaker, Tempest brings a sensitivity to the play of natural forms, structures and light to her mixed-media investigations. Tempest holds an MFA in studio art from the School of Visual Arts in NYC and a BFA in photography from the Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, Oregon. She has exhibited her work in Brooklyn and San Francisco.

Summer Artist Residency

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