Lindsey MacKay is a Fredericton painter specializing in modern, impressionistic, heavy textured acrylic paintings. Her work celebrates structure and colour and is current and relevant for people to behold and appreciate. The use of unexpected colours and textures gives each of her paintings a distinctive vibrancy and dimension, which has developed into a stunning portfolio.
Past & Present
After graduating as a Graphic Designer in 1991, Lindsey has successfully sold her work to numerous private commissioners within Canada, the United States and Europe. Her work is featured in many downtown restaurants throughout the city of Fredericton, New Brunswick, including Brewbakers, Isaacs Way, The Palate, 540-Bar & Grill, and The Abbey Cafe & Gallery. Lindsey regularly donates her paintings to charities and associations, including The Atlantic Salmon Federation, Miramichi Salmon Association, Habitat for Humanity, United Way, Symphony New Brunswick, and Ability New Brunswick. As well as restaurants, her work also hangs in government offices throughout New Brunswick and in the Fredericton City Hall-Gallery. In the past, she has competed in Art Battle competitions, where she placed top sixth in Art-Battle-Nationals 2014. Lindsey has featured her work in numerous solo exhibitions including exhibitions located at The Charlotte Glencross-Gallery in Fredericton, NB and The Creek Village Gallery in Woodstock, NB. She has also exhibited her work at the Arta Gallery for a solo exhibition, and regularly exhibits her work in group exhibitions at the Urban Gallery, both situated in Toronto, ON.