Lindsey Isbell is an abstract painter currently residing in Nashville, TN.  She began her pursuit of art at a young age and continued to teach herself how to draw, paint, and sculpt throughout childhood. Upon attending Middle Tennessee State University, she chose to major in Studio Art with a concentration in painting, and completed her program in December 2014. In 2013, Lindsey participated in a 7 week artist residency in Queens, New York with Transform: Artist Collective. There she participated in executing a collaborative exhibit.

Currently, Lindsey is displaying her work at Center 615 in Nashville, TN, and is continuing to experiment and grow in her craft.



"My artistic practice explores fragmented volumes that reflect the multifaceted personalities of the people around us. When you encounter another person, you can infer things about their personality by the setting you are in, maybe the clothes they are wearing, and the conversation you have, but it takes so much more time and effort to truly experience that person - to know each side of them. Creating lines and crystallized forms, my pieces begin blurring the relationship of a volume and the space surrounding it. My paintings are a combination of oil, acrylic, and latex paint on canvas

I start first by introducing color, shapes and line, and respond to their development. Constantly moving things around by pouring, scumbling, rearranging, adding and subtracting, the painting comes together after many layers have been placed on the canvas. The work pushes and pulls itself to completion."