Tuesday, 24 December 2013
Thursday, 17 October 2013
All these recent paintings will be at the Cornwall Contemporary gallery stand at the Battersea AAF , 23 - 27th October.
Sunday, 15 September 2013
Friday, 13 September 2013
I have a small show of paintings at Beside the wave gallery in Falmouth at the end of this month. Its called a Special collection , which I guess is just a term for a small show ! The title is Above and Beyond.
HMS Belfast and Tower bridge. 90x50 cm Sold
Beside The Wave has exhibited Lindsay’s work since 1998, the year following his graduation from University College Falmouth. There is a great pleasure in watching an artist’s work develop, even more so when early promise is realised so emphatically. Over the past fourteen years Lindsay has established his identity, working with dedication and conviction.
An over riding fascination with colour and space is ever present in his depiction of landscape, a characteristic associated with his hero’s of the Californian ‘Bay Area Figurative Movement’ in the 1950’s and 1960’s. Of this art movement, Richard Diebenkorn in particular has had an enduring influence; Lindsay’s work is resonant with a ‘Californian’ style - strong, clean palette and light, bridging abstraction and figurative painting.
Architectural structure is a powerful compositional element. However, modernist buildings that fit Lindsay’s aesthetic aren’t altogether abundant in Cornwall. Characterised by simplified form, minimal lines, flat rooftops and white walls, Porthminster café and Penzance Lido are probably Lindsay’s most common haunts. Tankers parked in dock, jutting pontoons and beach huts are other frequent subjects, the contrast of angular, geometric structure bordering water an ongoing theme in the work.
Also of interest is a series painted in Mylor Harbour, its new 1960’s inspired Yacht Club a honeypot for Lindsay. Not only can he gain a high viewpoint but the building sits at the water’s edge with no end of continuous line in its design.
In this collection we also see some of Lindsay’s recent aerial paintings, made over London of the Thames. These paintings lean more to abstraction, grid like compositions with shapes translated only by their shadows. Injecting a modernist vision into his landscapes, Lindsay has developed a language exciting in colour, form and content. Bold, confident paintings that strip away the superfluous to leave a dynamic interpretation of place.
Notes: There will be approximately 12 new paintings in the collection. In 2000, 2004 and 2005 Lindsay was selected to exhibit in the Hunting Art Prize, receiving second prize in 2004. In 2007 his work was exhibited in the Sunday Times Watercolour Competition at Mall Galleries, London. Lindsay regularly exhibits in Cornwall and London .
Thursday, 13 June 2013
Cornwall Contemporary gallery is showing some of my paintings at the AAF in Hampstead ,London this week.
Friday, 17 May 2013
I will be showing work at the Affordable Art fair London in Hampstead on 13 - 16 June , take a look at the preview, one of my London aerial view paintings has been featured again this year - http://affordableartfair.com/hampstead/artwork-500-4000/ . My work will be on the Cornwall Contemporary gallery stand, please come and have a look if you're in the area.
Tuesday, 30 April 2013
These are the last few paintings to go into my new exhibition at Cornwall Contemporary gallery in Penzance. The show runs until 20th may. Check it out.
Tuesday, 16 April 2013
These are a couple of paintings which came back from a show over a year ago and have hung round the house and the studio. Not that I mind that, its good to see old work again. Once a painting is sold I'm lucky if I ever see it in the flesh again.
These two paintings have both nearly sold ; near misses which people have loved but not commited to. If you would like to commit, drop me a line . I'm sure they will find a new home soon.
Holiday home, Hayle - 40x40 cm
Monday, 15 April 2013
These two paintings were done following a quick sketching trip to St Ives on a cold and damp morning with my two year old daughter. After an hour she started complaining of cold and hunger so we had to pack up and head for town but I got enough time for 4 drawings at Porthminster. As you can see the paintings have a fair bit more warmth in them than St Ives that day..
You get these views as you come into St Ives on the train.
Thursday, 28 March 2013
Thursday, 7 March 2013
After a whole year spent painting aerial views in 2012, I have come back to earth for a few new Cornish paintings for my show at Cornwall Contemporary in late April.
House above the surf, St Agnes, 60x60 cm
And I am of course still continuing aerial views because of the huge scope of opportunities for new paintings.
Here is St Ives in winter, 35x35 cm.