Capturing the essence of her surroundings, Lindsey’s paintings are bold, spontaneous, energetic, and full of contrast; like the land and sea that inspires them.
Primarily abstract, her work contains a myriad of techniques and media – always exploring, always pushing boundaries.
Turn into the Crescent and follow the one-way system. Woodend is the last villa next to the Art Gallery. Walk through the stone stanchions into the car park area. Enter via the main door to reception where you will be directed to the studio. If reception is closed, head towards the left of the building and take the steps down past the flower garden. Follow the path around and up the bank towards the building. Lindsey's studio is the first on the right. When the reception is closed, and you need disabled access, please ring Lindsey.
On-street parking - pay and display. (Despite appearances, there is no parking in the Woodend car park - this is specifically for tenants). There is however a disabled bay.
Disabled access and lift available.
On same floor as studio.
Woodend was the holiday home of the literary Sitwell family. It has a cafe and is a five-minute walk from the sea, and the town centre.
Lindsey is happy to answer any questions you may have about her painting process, and if appropriate, can demonstrate her techniques.