On May 30, 2022, Bernard Mendelman of The Suburban newspaper wrote about Lynda and her father Harold in his article “My summer jobs during high school“.
Click here to read the article on The Suburban’s website.

On March 25, 2021 Lynda was interviewed by Christine Long of CTV Montreal as part of a news story – “NFTs are gaining ground, creating new opportunities for Montreal’s art world

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In March, 2021 Lynda produced an NFT (non-fungible token) for a digital photo of her work Sherbrooke and Clarke (view towards downtown), 36 x 48″, mixed media on canvas which was inspired by a drone view over the Cenotaph in front of Westmount City Hall.

On September 26, 2018 Lynda made a presentation to the residents of Manoir Westmount (a senior’s residence) about her paintings on display at the Residence.

The works were installed at Manoir Westmount through Lynda’s support the Art for Healing Foundation.

From June 7-21, 2018 Lynda exhibited her Montreal ‘Cityscapes’ in a show titled LOVE MONTREAL! at Galerie Cazeault, 1428 Sherbrooke W. in Montreal, Quebec.

In 2016, Father John Walsh (1942-2020) published his autobiography “God is Calling: Don’t Leave Him on Hold“. The book cover is from a painting by Lynda of him in his apartment.

In March 2016 Lynda’s works are featured in the Spring Awakenings 2016 issue of Arabella – The Premier Canadian Art, Architecture & Design Magazine. Taking Risks – Lynda Schneider Granatstein by Brett Anningson.

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In March 2015 Lynda exhibited at the Diana Paul Galleries in Calgary, Alberta.

In January 2013, Lynda played the role of ‘La patronne du cabaret Lion d’Or’ in the dance short film ONDEK directed by Louis-Martin Charest.
CLICK HERE to watch the video on Vimeo

In 2012, Lynda was the invited artist at the 24th Rendez-vous du Festival de Peinture in Mascouche, Quebec.

In 2012, in collaboration with West End Gallery and Westmount Florist, Fragrant Memories/ Mémoires d’un parfum, a calendar featuring paintings by Lynda Schneider-Granatstein, was created to benefit the Chez Doris women’s shelter. Calendar Dates: September 2012 – December 2013.

In early 2012, Lynda published a book of the works she created while at the Leighton Artists’ Colony. The book is designed by Christine Lalonde and can be ordered from Blurb.com.

Artist in Residence
The Banff Centre, Fall 2011

6.5 x 6.75″ – 34 pages – Softcover
design by Christine Lalonde

From September 12 to October 28, 2011, Lynda was an Artist in Residence of the Leighton Artists’ Colony at the Banff Centre in Alberta.

In 2010 Lynda published an 80 page book of selected works. The book design is by Christine Lalonde and can be ordered from Blurb.com.

Selected Works
8 x 9.5″ – 80 pages – Softcover
design by Christine Lalonde

Lynda Schneider Granatstein