My artwork typically starts out as a sketch of my condition or a feeling. I spend a lot of time researching the human anatomy, and finding spiritual and natural symbols that would compliment these works. It is the combination of emotion, research, and imagery that results in these statement pieces. These anatomical self portraits start as a form of therapy and self reflection. By showing them and talking about my health openly I hope to encourage others to do the same.
Lindsey graduated from Penn State University with a BFA and post bac in ceramics and a minor in psychology. From 2014 to 2015 she was the Valentine & Clark Westchester Community Foundation Emerging Artist at the Clay Art Center. Currently, Lindsey has her studio at her home in Ossining, NY where she is a member of the Ossining Arts Council and frequently shows her work at the local coffee shop and restaurants. In addition to her ongoing studio work she is the Program Manager for the national Creative Aging organization Lifetime Arts, based in New Rochelle, NY. She is also an established Teaching Artist, conducting more than 350 classes in the past four years. She continues to teach art classes to the community on weekends and evenings.