At the end of 2019, Lyndsay appeared as a Performance Artist at The Stanley Picker Gallery for the 'We Are Publication' collaborative. 


MIND auction   (2017)

LEE TOOMEY Private show   (2017)

Scope Charity event Wimbledon  (2017)

The Design For Living show (hosted by The Landmark Arts),   (2016)

Gallery 63A .  (2016)

 Gallery Different (West End)  (2016)

Denbies   (2016)

Acre Studios Winter Exhibition  (2016)

The Landmark Arts Festival Of Song  (2016)

Barnardo's (2015)

The Acre Studios Winter exhibition   (2015)

Chelsea Harbour Design Fair  (2015)

The Landmark Arts Fairs (numerous  (2012-2017)

Margaret McCloy's Design Emporium   (2013)

The Library Gallery St. John's Wood   (2013)

La Brioche  Gallery  (2013)

For private commissions,

Lyndsay enjoyed the challenge of choosing an

objet d'art clients particularly value, to create an original painting  that echoes it's form and beauty.

Artist's Biography

      Lyndsay is presently undertaking a 2 year post grad MFA Fine Art, Kingston School of Art, Kingston University, London.

Currently immersed in developing a new, distinctive and thought-provoking contemporary practice, she is exploring  multidisciplinary  skills in painting, sculpture and photography. 

Her imagination is daily inspired by living on a stunning houseboat on the Thames, surrounded by  parkland, nature and  magic.



Originally a commercial artist from  the south coast of England, Lyndsay graduated with Honours at Watford College of Art & Design in the 80's. On leaving she worked mainly in advertising (two awards), until diversifying into photography, writing and journalism in 1993. 

Before long, her photographs and illustrations were appearing in the national press, magazines and broadsheet newspapers such as The Times, The Guardian, City Player, The Ritz and The Independent.  

In 2008, Lyndsay swapped the busy London metropolis for Kingston, and the beauty and inspiration  of the River Thames.  This dramatic change in lifestyle allowed her to fully explore a career as an artist - both through exhibitions and private commissions.



In a show stopping exhibition at Gallery Different  in the heart of Fitzrovia, London  fifty heart based canvases created by well-known actors, designers and musicians alongside major artworks by renowned artists were displayed, all to be sold to raise funds for the ground breaking cardiac stem cell charity, the Heart Cells Foundation.  an online auction of the celebrity canvases went online at