Lindsey Bull b.1979

Lindsey’s work focuses on outsiders in society, exploring idiosyncratic or misunderstood psychologies, people on the fringes of mainstream culture.

Lindsey’s imagery is widely sourced, from fashion magazines to witchcraft journals. The figures in her paintings are often costumed, and although Lindsey’s work is figurative, the environment her figures reside in is equally important, adding to the air of other-worldliness in the paintings.

The subjects of Lindsey’s paintings are caught in flux, in a moment in time. Perhaps falling or about to fall or sometimes caught in the moment of looking at the viewer. These are figures captured for a split second. This concept of “in the moment” is crucial to Lindsey’s work.