In the World

On what has been inspiring me.

The Whale Museum Mural

The Whale Museum Mural

June 26, 2016

A year after I first arrived on San Juan Island, met the lovely people of The Whale Museum, painted a giant Pacific octopus on the storm drain, and greeted the enthusiastic, orca-loving visitors of Superpod, I arrived once again to Friday Harbor.  The time had come to paint the full mural we had plotted during […]

100 Ways to Wild: A 3 Month Look at the Wild Within

100 Ways to Wild: A 3 Month Look at the Wild Within

May 24, 2016

It is time to come back to the earth. To align my pulse with that of the insects, the birds, the wolves, and the whales. To sing the truths of the wild world into the way I create. It is time to open the doors, release the fear, and embody the natural rhythms that have […]

Cacophony of Coexistence: New Artwork Opening in Juneau October 2nd

Cacophony of Coexistence: New Artwork Opening in Juneau October 2nd

September 28, 2015

The Juneau Arts & Humanities Council Gallery Presents: LINDSAY CARRON CACOPHONY OF COEXISTENCE October 2 – November 2 “First Friday” Opening Reception with the Artist | Friday, October 2, 4:30-7pm Juneau Arts & Humanities Council Gallery is proud to present Cacophony of Coexistence, a solo exhibition by contemporary artist Lindsay Carron. As a dedicated art […]

Murals at The Whale Museum of San Juan Island

Murals at The Whale Museum of San Juan Island

July 30, 2015

I took a little detour from life in Juneau, Alaska to hop on over to San Juan Island and paint a storm drain mural for The Whale Museum.  Executive Director Jenny Atkinson was super inspired by the storm drains that I had painted for the City of Malibu last year that she requested a Giant […]

Inspiration from Alaska: An Interview

Inspiration from Alaska: An Interview

July 11, 2015

I told the Adventure Flow team a bit about what has been inspiring my art in Juneau, Alaska and the greater purpose of artists across the globe. To view more from Adventure Flow visit: adventureflow.us

Artist to Artist: An Interview with MK MacNaughton

Artist to Artist: An Interview with MK MacNaughton

June 17, 2015

MK MacNaughton A restaurant, a street corner, a public art installation and some propane tanks.  These were the elements present in the (artful) directions I received upon organizing a visit to the studio of MK MacNaughton, a prolific Juneau artist that I was told I must meet. With success, I stepped into MK’s bright and […]

Lindsay Carron

About the Artist.

Lindsay Carron grew up in Wisconsin where the appreciation of nature and adventure became deeply engrained. Her move cross-country to her present home in Los Angeles opened many doors, beginning with her education at Pepperdine University and continuing through her numerous global journeys. Lindsay is honored to take on the role of artist as visionary as she travels to dynamically different areas of the planet to absorb the knowledge held in the elements, plants, animals, and people of these lands. These seeds of wisdom are then shared with a global audience through her pen and ink drawings, murals, installations, and experimental embodiment of art.

Contact.

Phone: 414-530-2559

Email: lindsay.carron@gmail.com

Instagram: lacarron

 

About the Artist.

Lindsay has collaborated with communities on public art projects from New York to Kenya and has participated in gallery shows throughout the United States. Lindsay’s meticulously rendered images and playful practices coax us out of the concrete cage of domestication and ignite a deep remembering of the wild within, so that we may be guided by instinct and intuition and live with courageous, untamed hearts.  Deeply engrained in her creations are tools for masterful living, so that when the times demand it, we can, without fear, take the leap into a new vision of coexistence.