Lindsay Carron    ·    ·    414-530-2559

Born: 1989, Racine, Wisconsin

Lives and Works in Los Angeles and Alaska


2011            B.F.A. Magna Cum Laude, Pepperdine University, Malibu, California

Solo Exhibitions

2015           Cacophony of Coexistence, Juneau Arts and Humanities Council – Juneau, Alaska

2014           It Takes a Village, California Wolf Center – Julian, California

2013            Tangents, Fountain Art Fair, Armory Show Centennial – New York, New York

2012            All Is Twisted, Fountain Art Fair, Miami Art Basel – Miami, Florida

2011            Inter-Connectivity, Fountain Art Fair, Miami Art Basel – Miami, Florida

 Selected Group Exhibitions

2017        Women of the New Contemporary, Artists Republic Gallery – Anaheim, California

2017           Bad As* Women, Muramid Mural Museum – Oceanside, California

2017           Drawing Down the Moon, Gallery 800, The Art Directors Guild at the Historic Lankershim Arts Center – North Hollywood, California

2016           Politics of the Plate, Avenue 50 Studio – Highland Park, California

2016           Bad As* Women, a Celebration of Women Artists on International Women’s Day, Muramid Mural Museum – Oceanside, California  

2014           Spring Art Auction, Bid27, Think Tank Gallery – Los Angeles, California

2013           Branded Arts, Benefit Art Show, Boys and Girls Club of Santa Monica, California

2013           Dreams, Create:Fixate Graffiti/Fine Art Collaboration, Lot 613 – Los Angeles, California

2013            Peace, Love & Understanding, The  Peace Project via The Whole 9, Traveling Exhibition

2013            Constellations, Create:Fixate, Lot 613 – Los Angeles, California

2013            I’ll Show You Mine if You Show Me Yours, Suede Studios – Los Angeles, California

2012            The American Inquisition, Rothick Art Haus – Anaheim, California

2012            Salon Masse with En Masse, Gallerie Pangee – Montreal, Quebec

2012            Mind the Art, Fountain Art Fair, 69th Regiment Armory – New York, New York

 Curated Projects

2010            Art and Water for All, Ma-Kah Water for All Benefit Art Show – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Museum Exhibitions

2011            KALEIDOSCOPIC, Senior Thesis Show, Weisman Museum – Malibu, California


2016           Selected Artist: “Voices of the Wilderness” Artist Residency — U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

2014           Selected Artist: “Keep It Clean Malibu” Storm Drain Mural Project — City of Malibu

2012            Honorable Mention: International 2012 Group Art Contest –

2012            Juried In: Laguna Art Group, Laguna Beach, California

2011            Pepperdine University Fine Arts Division Outstanding Graduate and Service Award in Studio Art – Pepperdine University, Malibu, California


2016           “Artist in Residence Highlights 2016” , Voices of the Wilderness Artist Residency, Alaska, 2016 

2016           “Lindsay Carron Talks About Her Recent Art: Wild in the City – New Ways to Wild“, Nue Magazine Chicago Edition, June, 2016

2016           “Sweet Nightmares Presents Artist of the Month Lindsay Carron“, Polaris Castillo of Sweet Nightmares Films, May, 2016

2015           “Storm Drain Mural Highlights Art and Environmental Issues“, Journal of the San Juan Islands, July 30, 2015

2015          “Mural Ordinance Passed by Town of Friday Harbor“, Journal of the San Juan Islands, July 28, 2015

2014          “Poetic Vision and Art Activism with Lindsay Carron“, Into the Blue by 90265 Magazine, Issue 10, p. 86-87,

2014           “Funeral Parade“, Issue 5, p. 110-117, May, 2014

2014          “Artist Beautifies Malibu Storm Drains“, Malibu Surfside News, April 21, 2014

2014          “Art That Keeps it Clean in Malibu“, Zev Yaroslavsky Los Angeles County Supervisor, April 17, 2014

2014           “Artist Begins Painting Storm Drains for Keep it Clean, Malibu Campaign“, Malibu Surfside News, April 2, 2014

2014            Spidel, Joshua, “Local Artist Paints Malibu Storm Drain“, The Malibu Times, March 29, 2014

2013             Carron, Lindsay, “Challenging Mural Through the Eyes of Lydia Emily’s Assistant“, CARTWHEEL Art Blog, September 2013

2013             Carron, Lindsay, LA City Council: I Love Murals, But…“, CARTWHEEL Art Blog, August 2013

2012             Red Door Magazine, Issue 13, June 2013, Visual Arts Section #13

 2012            Carron, Lindsay, Vicente Guerrero, On Purpose, L.A. Centric, Travel Story, July/August 2012, p. 70-71

2012            Dallas, Karly, The Time is Now: Become Like Little Children, Oasis Blogspot, Blog Entry, May 2012

2012            Catapult Art Magazine, Issue 8, April 2012, p. 90-91

2012            Tanaka, Yuki, Young Feminists: Women of Basel 2011, Young Feminist Taskforce, National Organization for Women, March 2012

2011            Anthony, Caneel, Surfing Culture Inspires Alumnae Art Activists, Pepperdine University Graphic Online Daily, November 2011

Professional Experience and Outreach

2017           Guest Youth and Adult Arts Instructor, The Canvas, Juneau, Alaska

2017           Artist in Residence, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arctic and Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska

2016           Illustrator for Three Children’s Books, Baby Raven Reads Early Childhood School Readiness Program for Native Families in Southeast Alaska, Sealaska Heritage Institute, Juneau, Alaska

2016            Guest Youth Arts Instructor, The Canvas, Juneau, Alaska

2015            Art Guide, Adventure Flow, Juneau, Alaska

2015            Organizer and Art Activist, In Relation Kenya Project, Kenya

2014            Co-Founder and Artist, In Relation, Social Art Enterprise, Worldwide

2014            Artist and Organizer, Mural and Portrait Outreach, New Beginnings Rehabilitation Center, Vicente Guerrero, Baja California

2013            Assistant to Lydia Emily, Los Angeles Mural and Fine Artist

2012            Artist and Organizer, Oasis Mural Project, Vicente Guerrero, Baja California

2012            Co-Founder and Artist, Board Well, Social Art Enterprise, Venice, California

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