Paintings by Lindsey Bull.
wow this is really interesting , the colours are complex and the themes are obscure but not abusively , i like how the flowers refers sleekly to the youth . looks very newfangled
I like the symbolist / expressionist sensibility in these pieces, especially the first one.
These colors are special. Went to the website and was thrilled to find out that they are also modestly sized works that would fit in a house. Bravo on being a quietly talented painter. 10’s across the board.
I agree, quiet is such a good way to describe these paintings, wonderful work
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FYI, Lindsey has a collective book out on SHELTER PRESS
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