Artwork and creative collaborations.
Lindsay Carron’s artwork lies at the crossroads of indigenous voice and environmental activism.
Lindsay’s most recent focus has been in the state of Alaska. She illustrated three children’s books recounting traditional tales for Native arts organization Sealaska Heritage. On residency with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in 2016, she created artwork that illustrates the strong connection between the Gwich’in people and the Arctic land. She continues working with FWS on the Arctic Coast and in Yukon Delta Wildlife Refuge promoting healthy Native relations and environmental responsibility.
Carron has also partnered with California Wolf Center, The City of Malibu, and The Whale Museum of San Juan Island. Locally in Los Angeles, she collaborated with Creative Visions Foundation to lead two summers of art activism workshops for youth. On an international level, Lindsay has empowered communities with murals, portraits and arts education in Kenya and South and Central America.
Carron received a B.F.A. from Pepperdine University, and currently lives and works in Los Angeles and Alaska, with her artwork exhibited across the world. The uplifting visuals of Lindsay’s work represent the potential for humanity to come together to realize a healthy future for the planet, with all our voices heard.
Drawing Down the Moon
Gallery 800 North Hollywood, CA
March 18th - June 3rd
Bad As* Women
Muramid Mural Museum Oceanside, CA
May 5th - June 5th
* Raven Stories Book Presentation: May 12th
Women of the New Contemporary
Artists Republic Gallery Anaheim, CA
May 12th - June 25th
In the World
On what has been inspiring me.
This May, the In Relation artist team returns to Vicente Guerrero, Mexico to paint murals, draw portraits, plant gardens and visit the women at New Beginnings rehabilitation center.
Spring 2017 Upcoming Art Shows and Events: The deep dreaming of the season is giving way to many wonderful opportunities to share my artwork and continue my dance in service to the earth and all of her children. Dance, medicine, art and song have blessed my life with bliss, expression, and adventure, and I’m so excited to continue to share it all with you.
The second of two blog posts detailing my time in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge as an artist in residence with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, summer 2016.