• MFA in Fine Arts

  • Andrea Gonzalez
    Byron Peters
    Jacob Wick
    Jaimie Healy
    Jordan Reznick
    Jsun Charles-Jeremiah Parizo
    Julia Robertson
    Julie Feldman
    Kenny Kong
    Nan Peletz
    Sadie Harmon
    Sara Sellitto
    Seth Gutierrez
    Tiffany Canter
    Tim Power
    Zoe McCloskey

  • Lindsey Lyons - CCA Graduate Thesis Events

    Lindsey Lyons

    Hung like I found it on the guardrail
    Front of studio
    Untitled (Mesh, creek, and ferns at 1 a.m.)
    Untitled (Tabletop detail)
    Is there dirt in the caramel?
    Stuffed foam, not foam stuffing
    Untitled (Dirt, crystals, and plastics at 1 a.m.)
    Untitled (Tabletop detail)
    Stapled to a lone wall across from the table chaos
    Get polished

    Hung like I found it on the guardrail

    Mixed media

    2013

    Front of studio

    Mixed media

    2013

    Untitled (Mesh, creek, and ferns at 1 a.m.)

    Inkjet print

    2012

    Untitled (Tabletop detail)

    Caramel, eraser, and other

    2013

    Is there dirt in the caramel?

    Upturned vitrine cover and other

    2013

    Stuffed foam, not foam stuffing

    Foam, quartz, and other

    2012

    Untitled (Dirt, crystals, and plastics at 1 a.m.)

    Inkjet print

    2013

    Untitled (Tabletop detail)

    Two snow globes and other

    2013

    Stapled to a lone wall across from the table chaos

    Crystallized Epsom Salt, freezer bag, staples, and other

    2013

    Get polished

    Mixed Media and late afternoon light

    2013

    Hung like I found it on the guardrail thumbnail
    Front of studio thumbnail
    Untitled (Mesh, creek, and ferns at 1 a.m.) thumbnail
    Untitled (Tabletop detail) thumbnail
    Is there dirt in the caramel? thumbnail
    Stuffed foam, not foam stuffing thumbnail
    Untitled (Dirt, crystals, and plastics at 1 a.m.) thumbnail
    Untitled (Tabletop detail) thumbnail
    Stapled to a lone wall across from the table chaos thumbnail
    Get polished thumbnail

    lindsey@lindseylyons.com
    lindseylyons.com

    Artist Statement

    By probing rather than seeking solutions, the results of my actions have become the work. My art studio is a site for experimentation and the transformation of accumulating materials where installations reference stratification and phenomenological occurrences. I crystallize salt, hack at foam blocks, arrange clay leftovers, and insert water, pigment, and debris into plastic bags and containers. Light and moisture contribute to entropic zones that are in flux.

    Fragmentation. Microparticles. Salt. Slugs. Caramels. Water mister. The forest. Florida. Floods. Permanent transitions in effect.