Solo Show at Hollis Gallery // May 19th - June 16th

MAY 19 - JUNE 16, 2018

In this group of work focusing on Los Angeles, Lindsey has framed a greater field of view than more traditional renderings of the landscape including artifacts of the urban progress that now overlay the idyll of Southern California. 

230 Pasadena Ave. 
South Pasadena, CA 91030



Issue Four: The Pattern
released March 2018

FULL BLEDE's fourth issue explores explores the appearance of sameness. Collaborators share systems of recurrences, whether found in nature, in society at large, or self-manufactured. The broadsheet reveals repetition in our environment but also in behaviours, relationships, and personal routines. Artists and writers elaborate on the air of coherence, which is often the complete opposite: chaotic, messy, and wholly unique, despite its seeming monotony.

The issue features over 40 contributors and launched at Charlie James Gallery in conjunction with the closing receptions for William Powhida: After 'After the Contemporary' and IT'S OK↘, curated by Sacha Baumann ; 200 copies were printed.

View or download a copy of Issue Four: the Pattern

Laguna Art Museum Auction 2018

Art Auction 2018: California Cool
Saturday, February 10
6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Member advance tickets (Friend level and above): $125
General advance tickets: $150
Host Committee Sponsorship: $1,000
Tickets at the door (if available) will be $150 for members (Friend level and above) and $175 for general tickets

Art Auction Preview Week: February 1-9, 2018
The Art Auction Preview will open at 5:00 p.m. on February 1

The California Cool Art Auction is an evening not to be missed. 2018 will mark Laguna Art Museum’s centennial year and the 36th edition of this highly-anticipated event. With works by over 100 important California artists, the annual Art Auction will include great art at great prices, delicious cuisine, and creative cocktails. The evening includes a silent auction as well as an exciting live auction that attracts competitive bidding by art collectors, both seasoned and new. The live auction will be led by Andrea Fiuczynski, Executive Vice President and Chairman of Sotheby’s Americas.

Proceeds from the event support Laguna Art Museum’s mission of collecting and preserving California art, providing critically acclaimed exhibitions, and enhancing art education.

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Issue Three: The In-between
released October 2017

FULL BLEDE's third issue explores transition and stasis—the intermediate and liminal moments, emotions, states of being, and environments in our lives and communities.

The issue launched at Tin Flats in conjunction with the artists' reception of "Rubbings" at Skibum MacArthur on Saturday, October 28, 2017.

Fall Open Studios//October 21, 6-10pm

Once again I will be participating in Keystone Open Studios! Select paintings, drawings and prints will be for sale. Keystone Art Space has over 50 artist studios featuring painting, illustration, printmaking, jewelry, photography, sculpture and more. A group show will be up in the gallery and there will be drinks and snacks. 

Free and open to the public on Saturday, October 21, from 6-10pm. 
Visit the event page on Facebook.



I am pleased to have contributed a few images to Issue two of FULL BLEDE! Copies are available to order from the website. 

Issue Two: The City
available now at Charlie James Gallery
FULL BLEDE’s second issue finds our talented group of collaborators ruminating the urban condition: how we move, work, live, interact within, survive, enjoy, and view metropoles. For some the environs are decay, trash, sadness, chaos, for others it is a solitary, quiet place amidst the noise. For many it is community, beauty, and indulgence. Whether dark, bright, isolating, inviting—each of our 21 contributors has a unique expression of The City. The broadsheet is delighted to share their words, design, painting, and illustration. 

Laguna Art Museum Auction 2017


Saturday, February 4, 2017
6:00 – 10:00 p.m.
Laguna Art Museum

Auction Preview Week: January 28 – February 3, 2017
Post-Auction Sale: February 5, 2017

Member Ticket (Friend Level and Above): $125
General Ticket: $150

With works by over 100 important California artists, the museum-curated Art Auction 2017 will feature original art at great prices, delicious cuisine, and creative cocktails. The evening includes a silent auction of over 100 works of art as well as an exciting live auction led by Aaron Bastian of Bonhams.

Proceeds from the art auction ensure that Laguna Art Museum continues its dedication to collecting and preserving California art, providing critically acclaimed exhibitions and enhancing art education for all.

Sponsorship opportunities available. Click here for more information.

For more information please email Director of Special Events Sarah Strozza or call 949.494.8971 x219.

Bronx Mural Reveal Press Release

(BRONX, NY) – May 5, 2016 – Bronx Terminal Market, in collaboration with The Bronx Museum of the Arts, will showcase a new community mural inspired by scenic outdoor locations in the Bronx, at a mural unveiling on Thursday, May 19th at 10:00 AM on the pedestrian bridge off of River Avenue and 151st Street.

The Bronx Museum Community Mural at Bronx Terminal Market is part of a greater initiative to integrate public art into the shopping center’s community space. From a grandiose 20’x40’ landscape, the mural will feature the High Bridge, Ferry Point Park, New York Botanical Garden, and Joyce Kilmer Park. The mural imagery is depicted through a gradient color palette based on photographs and sketches of the Bronx by artist Lindsey Warren, alumni of the Bronx Museum's emerging artist program, Artist in the Marketplace (AIM).

“The Bronx Museum of the Arts is delighted to collaborate with the historical site, Bronx Terminal Market, on this outdoor mural project alongside Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) alum Lindsey Warren. In addition to creating a platform for an emerging artist, The Bronx Museum Community Mural at Bronx Terminal Market celebrates the history and beauty of the borough with the local community through the arts.” said Holly Block, Executive Director of The Bronx Museum of the Arts. 

“At Bronx Terminal Market, we pride ourselves in creating a diverse array of programming to serve our community.  It has been a rewarding process to work directly with The Bronx Museum of the Arts and the artist, Lindsey Warren, to develop her vision into a public art piece that the community can enjoy," said Ed Hilla, Bronx Terminal Market Senior General Manager.

The event will include a speaking program by Bronx Terminal Market Senior General Manager, Ed Hilla, artist, Lindsey Warren, Bronx Museum of the Arts Executive Director, Holly Block, and an unveiling of the community mural.

To attend the mural unveiling, please RSVP. Limited space is available.

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To attend the mural unveiling, please RSVP. Limited space is available. RSVP

BTM Mural in Progress

The Bronx Museum Community Mural at Bronx Terminal Market

The mural is made up of 16 5'x10' panels, arranged into four images. Each image presents a location in the Bronx, significant for its visual interest, whether natural or constructed. I photographed each location and developed specific color palettes based on a conversation between local color and placement within the mural configuration. I had to take perspective of the viewer into consideration as most visitors will see the mural from below.  This is the largest painting I have completed! 

More info about the mural can be found here: The Bronx Museum of the Arts

Ryman Arts Alumni Exhibition

I have a few paintings in this show. I hope to see you at the reception on Saturday, November 21st! 

Over the past 25 years, Ryman Arts has engaged over 6,000 Southern California teens in our core program and provided outreach activities to more than 18,000 inner city students. Almost all graduates go on to college, many alumni work in the creative industries, and all are poised for personal success.

This vibrant community of culturally diverse teens comes from more than 150 zip codes across six counties in Southern California. More than 80 percent live in low-income neighborhoods where schools provide little access to art and dropout rates are high.