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Lindsey Carr’s paintings evoke the specter of Audubon if he had spent time in a Chinese opium den. Beyond mere whimsy however, her work also contemplated the destruction of wildlife and animals place in a human dominated world.
Lindsey describes her work by saying, “my work is largely influenced by 18th C European and Chinese Natural History Paintings. All of the work is created to resemble relics of a bygone age with a hint of surrealism.”.
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