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Lindsey Love



"Growing up on the prairies has given me a particular aesthetic and I tend to be drawn to subject matter that has a minimal, spacious and peaceful quality. I collect images constantly—during purposeful walks or trips with my camera or in unexpected opportune moments. I choose images that provoke a visceral response: a roadside transformed into the sublime by the setting sun or a canola field, brilliant under a cathedral sky." read more


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Lindsey  Love Morning Paddle
Morning Paddle
encaustic on birch
24 x 24 in
1,655 Framed
Lindsey  Love
Busy Lake
Oil on canvas
12 x 24 in
1,190 Framed
Lindsey  Love
Cool Down
acrylic on canvas
36 x 24 in
2,035 Framed
Lindsey  Love
Day's End
Oil on canvas
20 x 20 in
1,375 Framed
Lindsey  Love Fall Field
Fall Field
Oil on canvas
36 x 24 in
2,035 Framed
Lindsey  Love
Familiar Road
Oil on canvas
18 x 24 in
1,460 Framed
Lindsey  Love Five Clouds
Five Clouds
encaustic on board
10 x 10 in
610 Framed
Lindsey  Love
Jewelled Beach
Oil on canvas
16 x 12 in
850 Framed
Lindsey  Love
Moving East
Oil on canvas
24 x 48 in
2,455 Framed
Lindsey  Love
Old Friends
Oil on canvas
30 x 60 in
3,370 Framed
Lindsey  Love Pink Barn
Pink Barn
encaustic
10 x 10 in
610 Framed
Lindsey  Love Platinum Field
Platinum Field
encaustic
12 x 9 in
640 Framed
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Lindsey  Love

Lindsey Love

Lindsey Love Biography


"Growing up on the prairies has given me a particular aesthetic and I tend to be drawn to subject matter that has a minimal, spacious and peaceful quality. I collect images constantly—during purposeful walks or trips with my camera or in unexpected opportune moments. I choose images that provoke a visceral response: a roadside transformed into the sublime by the setting sun or a canola field, brilliant under a cathedral sky. The subject matter and the feeling I am trying to convey determine the way I use the paint and the size of the work. Consistent in all of my work is an attention to colour. I notice colours that may or may not exist in reality but contribute to a feeling of realness, luminosity and vibration in the painting.

My current work is a continuation in my pursuit of fluency. My life in Saskatchewan provides endless material with which to practise. For me, a successful painting requires an initial enchantment with the subject matter, curiosity and an inner confidence and optimism while painting."

Selected Media
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Arabella Magazine, Spring 2013

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