At the end of 2019, Lyndsay appeared as a Performance Artist at The Stanley Picker Gallery for the 'We Are Publication' collaborative.
After a successful creative background as a presenter, national photo-journalist and best-selling author, Lyndsay launched her professional artistic practice 10 years ago.
Watford School Of Art, 1990
Currently undertaking an MFA in Fine Art at Kingston School of Art, Kingston University Born in Poole, living in Kingston Upon Thames, UK
‘We Are All One’ sponsored solo exhibition by Kingston Arts, Court Farm, Kingston, UK MIND auction London, UK
‘Echoes of the Wind’, Denbies Art Gallery, Dorking, UK
‘Subjectivity and Such Matters’, Bernardo’s, Kingston, UK
‘Subjectivity and Such Matters’, Jaxx, Kingston, UK
‘Echoes’ display exhibition Chelsea Harbour Design Fair, London, UK
Solo Exhibition Stand The Landmark Arts Fairs (2011 -2014)
Various works Margaret Mcoy’s Design Emporium, Hampton Court, UK ‘Going With The Flow’ Library Gallery, St. John’s Wood, London, UK
KAOS The Market House, Kingston, UK
KAOS Open Studios, Kingston, UK
‘Driftwood Dreams’ contribution to ‘All Hearts...’ exhibition, Gallery Different Fitzrovia, London, UK
Figurative exhibition, ‘Morning’, Gallery 63A, Kingston, UK
Acre Studios Winter Exhibition, Kingston, UK
‘We Are Publication’ exhibition, reading of Kuki Shuzo, Stanley Picker Gallery, Kingston.
‘Mid Life Crisis’ own poetry performance Pleasance Bunker Edinburgh Festival, Edinburgh, UK
‘Mid Life Crisis’ own poetry performance The Word Cafe, Tea House, Richmond UK
2014 ‘Making It Big’ Both the Author and book cover Illustrator. Novel awarded ‘Best
Seller’- No. 9 on Kindle. Publisher Oldcastle Books, UK
2010 ‘The Rainbow Weaver’ publisher Oldcastle Books, UK 2010
2000 ‘America’s Cup Jubilee Official Book’ (Editor, photographer), publisher Sam Fryer Associates, UK
Lyndsay is presently undertaking a 2 year MFA Fine Art post grad at 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 dutch barge on the Thames, surrounded by water, parkland, and magic.
Before long, her words, photographs and illustrations were appearing in the national press, magazines and broadsheet newspapers such as The Times, The Guardian, The City Player, The Ritz and The Independent.
By 2003 Lyndsay had swapped the busy London metropolis for Kingston Upon Thames. Here, she wrote her first novel, Making It Big, a best-seller reaching no. 9 on Kindle. Now, surrounded by nature and the elements on her boat Solaris, she still writes, but is relishing a full-time career as an artist - both through exhibitions and private commissions, as well as post graduate study.