Ella W. Richardson Fine Art features new work by Lindsay Goodwin with a reception on December 4th from 5-8 p.m. Goodwin has soared to the top as one of the brightest stars at the tender age of 27. The gallery is pleased to present her newest collection, which focuses primarily on interior scenes. Lindsay has been written up in every national art publication and has won numerous awards. Her shows are sell outs and her collectors have grown both nationally and internationally.
On July 4th she was married in France and in her typical artists mode she acquired new reference works for her show here in December. She is completely devoted to her career and often works 12 to 16 hours a day trying to keep up with the demand for her work. Fortunately she is young and has both the passion and energy to work at this pace.
Born and raised in Topanga, California, a small town outside of Los Angeles, Lindsay had her initial taste of fine art training at O’Neills Fine Arts in Malibu. Following instruction under Katie O’Neill, Lindsay enrolled at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.
A passionate devotee of capturing spontaneous romanticism, Lindsay Goodwin is a treasured discovery among the next generation of fine artists. In the past year, Lindsay digs deep into her visual imagination to fuse historical interior visions with modern-day remnants. Her canvas is where the two worlds meet, infused with Lindsay’s unique artistic interpretation and fluid additions. Lindsay creates gradations of tonal balance on her canvases, equilibriums evident when the viewer recognizes the artful juxtapositions of warms and cools. Her fascination for capturing the historical moment of interiors from Paris to Charleston reflects our own human desire for romanticism in our lives, for bringing the elegance of historical splendor into our homes.