“When I started still life painting I thought of the paintings as studies and approached them as a way of satisfying my curiosity surrounding technique. My excitement for the work grew when I discovered that a realistic description could be a vehicle for emotional content. I choose neutral subjects because they are often free of expectations. My hope is that these objects will take on anthropomorphic qualities. The beauty in painting this way lies in the transformation of an ordinary thing into a specific statement with human attachments.”
Lindsay holds a BFA from the University of Utah (2000) and has exhibited her work nationally. She was awarded the Undergraduate Research Grant and the Painting and Drawing Scholarship from the University of Utah (1999). Lindsay’s work has been featured in Salt Lake Magazine, Southwest Art, and Poets and Artist. Lindsay currently resides in Salt Lake City.