Barbara Lindsey is a self taught artist born and raised in Jefferson City, Missouri. As a child she loved to draw, sketch, and paint. She developed her own art style at an early age and was encouraged to pursue it. Although versatile in medium and subject matter, her main interest has been watercolor. Her unique style combines tight compact brush stroke with loose airy ideas. She has an intuitive passion and feels a higher energy takes over when she paints. She loves to splash a little color on a blank paper and see what evolves.
”More Precious than Gold” has been honored with acceptance into
The 29th Annual Adirondacks National
Exhibition of American Watercolors in Old
Forge, New York.
It has been ranked one of the ten best competitive watercolor exhibitions in the country by The Artist’s Magazine.
Friends and Neighbors
“Tweet” was chosen to be included in Watercolor U.S.A. National Exhibition 2010 Springfield Art Museum Springfield, Missouri. I am pleased to announce it received the Marcia W. Justice Cash Award. So happy to be a part of this very prestigious show!
To see the show …Watercolor U.S.A. 2010
I am excited to let you
know some good news!
“Shipmates” was juried into Paint the Parks Top 100, and is part of the national touring exhibition and online gallery for the exhibit.
We would also like to thank our contributors
My new painting titled “Shipmates” has been juried into Paint America, Paint the Parks top 100 competition.
Paint America’s “Paint the Parks” is an open international artists’ juried competition with proceeds to help fund the Paint America mission of supporting the visual arts and artists across the country. Paint the Parks100 is America’s leading competition and exhibition designed to illustrate the beauty and significance of America’s National Parks. Paintings entered must depict one of our nation’s 390 areas supervised by the National Park Service.
The National Park depicted is The USS Arizona in Hawaii.