LA Metro’s Through the Eyes of Artists Neighborhood Poster Series

LA Metro’s Through the Eyes of Artists Neighborhood Poster Series

I am thrilled to announce that my artwork has been chosen to represent the neighborhood of Marina del Rey in the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s “Through the Eyes of Artists” Neighborhood Poster Series. In this series, local artists have been chosen to represent, through their lens, what makes each of Los Angeles’ neighborhoods […]

Visual Summary of Summer 2019 Kodiak and Selawik National Wildlife Refuges

Visual Summary of Summer 2019 Kodiak and Selawik National Wildlife Refuges

Summer 2019 marks my fourth summer and seventh national wildlife refuge as an artist in residence with US Fish and Wildlife Service Alaska.  Wow!  I’m thrilled to be continuing this work with an agency that cares deeply for the public lands in Alaska.  This summer brought me to Kodiak and Selawik National Wildlife Refuges and […]

Public Comment on Draft EIS Oil and Gas Project on Coastal Plain of Arctic Refuge

Public Comment on Draft EIS Oil and Gas Project on Coastal Plain of Arctic Refuge

My public comment on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Oil and Gas Project on the Coastal Plain of Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

Preview of Works for Art in the Arctic

Preview of Works for Art in the Arctic

The 4th annual Art in the Arctic show opens March 7th in Fairbanks, Alaska, and I created five original drawings for the exhibition that feature candid moments enjoying the incredible wild lands in Alaska’s northernmost Wildlife Refuges. Here’s the preview and purchasing details.

The Making of “Tundra Woman” (Yup’ik Eskimo Elder Sophie Sakar Berry Picking on the Tundra)

The Making of “Tundra Woman” (Yup’ik Eskimo Elder Sophie Sakar Berry Picking on the Tundra)

A photographic telling of the making of “Tundra Woman – Portrait of Yup’ik Eskimo Elder Sophie Sakar”. Read the incredible story of Sophie and hear from her family members about what she means to them and what this artwork stands for.

Connection Point – Solo Exhibition Juneau, Alaska

Connection Point – Solo Exhibition Juneau, Alaska

Connection Point September 7th – 28th @ The Canvas Juneau, Alaska Connection Point Sketchbooks and journals open wide and stories pour forth as Lindsay Carron intimately reveals seven years of travels through artwork in her solo exhibition Connection Point.  An artist and activist from Los Angeles, Lindsay has sought challenging and life-changing experiences to greater […]

A Photographic Journey in Yukon Flats and Togiak National Wildlife Refuges

A Photographic Journey in Yukon Flats and Togiak National Wildlife Refuges

Journey with me on my 2018 expeditions to Yukon Flats and Togiak National Wildlife Refuges in Alaska. Supported and guided by US Fish and Wildlife Service for the third year, my intention was to learn, expand, grow and understand more about the wilderness of Alaska and the Native people who live by the will of the land. Here are my favorite shots from the journey!

Native Artists Panel in Anchorage Launches the Council Series

Native Artists Panel in Anchorage Launches the Council Series

Join Native artists Polly Andrews, Aassanaaq Kairaiuak, Phillip Charette, Torin Jacobs, Vera Starbard, and Irene Bedard for an exciting evening of Native arts, activism and dialogue to kick off the Council Series!

Faces of Legacy

Faces of Legacy

Announcing the beginnings of Faces of Legacy – portraits that honor indigenous women taking a stand for the earth today. Steeped in my heart’s desire to utilize my artwork for positive social change, this multi-year endeavor is birthed from my history of traveling into indigenous communities in Alaska and meeting many inspiring women acting with bravery to ensure a better future for generations to come.

The Pretty and the Ugly Along the Kuskokwim River

The Pretty and the Ugly Along the Kuskokwim River

Stories from the North – Unfiltered Reflections from Wild Alaska. In this excerpt from my journal while traveling as an artist in residence with US Fish and Wildlife Service, I reflect on experiences, both beautiful and challenging, in Chuathbaluk, a village of 100 Yup’ik Eskimos, along the Kuskokwim River.