By David and Sara Lindsay (with frequent additions by their children) Since moving to Utah, we have noted several characteristics and peculiarities of the art in the state. We found that the Springville Museum of Art’s 96th Annual Spring Salon highlights some of these peculiarities. On our visit […]
David Lindsay was raised in the San Francisco Bay area and received his Master of Fine Arts from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. His work has been exhibited at venues such as the Arte Laguna Exhibit at the Arsenale in Venice, Italy; the Georges Enescu Museum in Romania; the SACI gallery in Florence, Italy; the Contemporary Art Fair in New York City; Monchskirche Gallery in Salzwedel, Germany; Principle Gallery in Alexandria, VA; and Craighead Green Gallery in Dallas, TX, as well as numerous group and solo exhibitions throughout North America. He has served in the College Art Association and has recently left his position as Associate Director of the School of Art at Texas Tech University to work as the director for the nonprofit arts organization, www.sitessetforknowledge.org. He currently lives in Provo with his wife, the artist Sara Lynne Lindsay, and five children.
With Temporary Configurations of Earth’s Matter, Collin Bradford has organized a space to contemplate our relationship with the land. This question is a difficult one, in part, because the relationship we have with the land is as unique as each individual; but the questions that arise from it are particularly germane […]