BORN: Los Angeles, California, USA

RESIDE: Los Angeles, California, USA


University of California, Berkeley, 1953

B.A. University of California, Los Angeles, Cum Laude, 1958, Painting, Drawing, Sculpture

M.A. University of California, Los Angeles, 1960, Painting, Drawing, Sculpture


Richard Diebenkorn

Adolph Gottlieb

William Brice

Robert Cremean

James McGarrel

John Paul Jones


1958-60 Teaching Assistant, Drawing and Painting, U.C.L.A.

1963-69 Instructor (Part-Time), Drawing and Painting, Santa Monica College

1969-1998 Professor of Art (Full-Time), Drawing, Painting and Design, Cerritos College, Los Angeles


Esther Robles Gallery, Los Angeles, 1965-1973

Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, 1969-1970

Bernard Danenberg Gallery, New York, 1971-1974

Orlando Gallery, Los Angeles, California, 1976, 1977

Grinstein/Donenfeld Contemporary Art, Santa Monica, California, 1990 –1994

Orlando Gallery, Los Angeles, California, 2003 -2013


Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Park, Los Angeles, Painting Awards, 1957, 1958 (Purchase), 1966

University of California, Los Angeles, graduated Cum Laude, 1958

U.C.L.A. Teaching Fellowship, University of California, Los Angeles, 1959, 1960

Los Angeles County Museum of Art Painting Award, "Annual Exhibition," 1959

Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., 1970

Unites States, Information Agency, Washington, D.C., 1971

Womanspace (Founding Director) 1972


Esther Robles Gallery, Los Angeles, 1965, 1968

Grandview Gallery, Women's Building, Los Angeles, 1975

Orlando Gallery, Encino, California, 1976

Cerritos College, Los Angeles, 1978, 1984, 1996

Orlando Gallery, Los Angeles, 2005


San Francisco Museum of Art, California, "Annual Exhibition," 1957

Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., "Print Exhibition," 1958

Los Angeles County Museum of Art Annual Exhibition, 1958, 1959

Art Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles, "Los Angeles Art 1915-1960,"

(Traveling Exhibition) curator Henry Hopkins, 1960

Delexi Gallery, Los Angeles, 1963

Esther Robles Gallery, Los Angeles, 1966, 1967, 1969, 1972, 1973

Museum of Contemporary Crafts, New York, "Plastics As Plastics," 1968

University of Nevada, Reno, "Light and Kinetics," 1968

Fresno Art Museum, California, "Four Artists," 1968

San Diego State University, "Plastics," 1969

Art Gallery University of California, Los Angeles, 1969, "Electric Art,"

International Exhibit, curator Oliver Andrews

Phoenix Art Museum, "Electric Art," 1969

Occidental College, Los Angeles, "Four Artists," 1969

Long Beach Museum of Art, California, "Luminism," 1969

San Francisco Museum of Art, California, "Centennial Sculpture Exhibition," 1970-1971

"Small Sculpture From the United States," (Traveling Exhibition in Europe) 1970-1971

Bernard Danenberg Gallery, New York, 1971-1973

Lytton Gallery, Los Angeles, “Sculpture,” 1971

Long Beach Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California, "21 Women Artists Invisible/

Visible," Long Beach Museum Traveling Exhibit curated by Dextra Frankel, 1972

California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, "The Last Plastic Show," 1972

Mt. San Antonio College, "Three Artists," Linda Levi, Edie Danielli, Gloriane Harris, 1973

Pasadena City College, "5 Directions," Carole Caroompas, Betye Saar, Karen Carson,

Susan Moss, Linda Levi, 1973

Womanspace, Los Angeles, "Opening Invitational Show," 1973

Womanspace, Los Angeles, "Abstract Sexual Imagery," 1973

Art Rental Gallery, Los Angeles Museum of Art, 1973

Art Rental Gallery, La Jolla Museum of Art, 1974

Collaborative Gallery, Los Angeles, "Women Artists 74," 1974

Grandview Gallery, Women’s Building, Los Angeles, 1974, 1975

Cerritos College, Los Angeles, "16 Los Angeles Women Artists," 1974

California State University Fullerton, “Bottle Show,” curated by Dextra Frankel, 1976

Triad Gallery, Los Angeles, "Proposals," 1976

Orlando Gallery, Encino, California, 1976, 1977

Downey Museum of Art, Downey, California, "America," 1976

Cerritos College, Los Angeles, "24 Southern California Women Artists," 1976

Memorial Cultural Arts Center, Los Angeles, "Plastic Perspective," 1977

Art Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles, "The Early Sixties at UCLA," 1977

Cerritos College, Los Angeles, 1980, 1985, 1992,

Focus Gallery, Internet, Computer Artists 2003 to Present Digital Art Gallery, Los Angeles, “Grid Show” 2004

Orlando Gallery, California Artists, 2007

HVE, Santa Monica, California, 2011, 2012 

Nyehaus Gallery, New York City, "The Very Last Plastic Show, " 2014


ABC Television, Los Angeles, "Search," Lecture on Women Artists of the 20th Century, 1975.

Danieli, Fidel, "Seventeen Artists" Images and Issues, 1981

KCET, Channel 28, Los Angeles. Film "Linda Levi Kinetic Light Sculpture," 1969

KPFK, Pacifica Radio, Los Angeles. "Women in the Arts," 1971.

"L.A. County Museum Annual," Los Angeles Times, 1959

Muchnic, Suzanne. "Plastic Perspective," Art Week, 1977.

Newman, Thelma, Plastics As Sculpture, 1974.

Nix, Marilyn. "Artists Invisible/Visible," Art Week, 1972.

Esther Robles Gallery records, Smithsonian Archives of American Art

Rosenthal, Adrienne. "One Woman Show," Art Week, 1976.

Rubinstein, Charlotte Streifer, American Women Sculptors: A History of Women Working in Three Dimensions, 1990.

Schapiro, Miriam. Art: Woman's Sensibility, 1975.

Schueler, Jon, The Sound of Slate: A Painter's Life, 1999

Seldis, Henry. "One Woman Show," Los Angeles Times, 1968.

Smith, Barbara. "The Female Sexuality, Female Identity Exhibit." Womanspace Journal, 1973.

Snyder, Susan. "One Woman Show." Artforum, 1965

Terbell, Melinda. "The lst Invitational Show," Womanspace Journal, 1973.

Weiner, Helen. "Show Launches Womanspace," Los Angeles Times, 1973.

Wilding, Faith. By Our Own Hands, 1976.

Wilson, William. "Kinetic Light on Luminism Exhibit," 1969.

. "A Vague Unfreedom in Feminists' Works," Los Angeles Times, 1972.

. "The Flavor of Feminism," Los Angeles Times, 1974.

. "One-Woman Show," Los Angeles Times, 1976.

. "The Early Sixties at U.C.L.A.," Los Angeles Times, 1977.

Wurdemann, Helen. "Hopkins UCLA Show Outstanding," Los Angeles Times, 1960.