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About the Artist


“Artist turns muddy Thames river water into fine art” - Newsquest 2022



With a background as a best-selling author and radio journalist, Lyndsay recently finished 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.


Since leaving University (Graduated summer 2022) she has already had her work exhibited in The Saatchi Gallery, The West Bund, Shanghai (Chinese  'Tate Modern') and has just finished exhibiting in a six month show alongside Millais and Turner in 'Creative Flow', as the main contemporary artist in Kingston Museum's prestigious Gallery.  She has also held two very successful  immersive music /words and art solo gallery shows, and has had work exhibited at The Rose Theatre, Orleans House Gallery, Kingston and RuptureXIBIT Gallery Hampton Wick.

Due to exhibit next in BBK Gallery in Oldenburg, Lyndsay will be heading to Germany in August representing a group of KAOS artists.

Her imagination is daily inspired by living on a dutch barge on the Thames, surrounded by water, parkland, and wildlife.




Originally from the south coast of England, Lyndsay graduated with Honours at Watford College of Art & Design as a copywriter.


On leaving she worked mainly in advertising (two industry awards), until diversifying into photography, scriptwriting, journalism, and radio reporting in the early 90's.


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.




2020 - 2022 MFA in Fine Arts at Kingston School of Art, Kingston University

1990 - Watford School Of Art, Diploma AW



2022 - Elemental Circle - RuptureXIBIT Gallery

2022 - Water Alchemy - Sponsored by Cass Art

2021 - London Grads Now - The Saatchi Gallery

2021 - Solaris - The Swan, London

2018 - We Are All One solo exhibition- Sponsored by Kingston Arts, Court Farm, Kingston,

UK MIND auction London, UK

2016 - Echoes of the Wind - Denbies Art Gallery, Dorking, UK

2015 - Subjectivity and Such Matters - Bernardo’s, Kingston, UK

Subjectivity and Such Matters - Jaxx, Kingston, UK

Echoes display exhibition Chelsea Harbour Design Fair, London, UK

2014 - Solo Exhibition Stand - The Landmark Arts Fairs



2023-2024 Orleans House Gallery

2023 - 2024 Kingston Museum - 'Creative Flow'

2023 - KAOS @ The Rose Theatre

2023 - West Bund Art Centre Shanghai - National Ecology Day

2023 - KAOS @ the cornerHOUSE

2022 - Bobcat Gallery - Seeds of The Mind

2022 - The Rose Theatre Art Exhibition

2022 - Kaos Open Studios

2020 - Fine Art Film Shorts – The Stanley Picker Gallery, London

2021 - The Visitor (Online) Kingston School of Art

2016 - Landmark Arts Exhibition – solo stand

2015 - KAOS The Market House, Kingston, UK

2015 - Figurative exhibition, Gallery 63A, Kingston, UK

2014 - Acre Studios Winter Exhibition, Kingston, UK



2019 - We Are Publication exhibition, reading of Kuki Shuzo -Stanley Picker Gallery, Kingston UK

2014 - Mid Life Crisis, own poetry performance - Pleasance Bunker Edinburgh Festival, Edinburgh, UK

2014 - 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. Published by Oldcastle Books, UK

2010 - ‘The Rainbow Weaver’ - Published by Oldcastle Books, UK

2000 -  ‘America’s Cup Jubilee Official Book’ (Editor, photographer) - Published by Sam Fryer Associates, UK

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