ABOUT THE ARTIST
Lindsay McCulloch is an abstract painter and interdisciplinary artist based in Maryland. Paint and materials guide her process, and the resultant work is often characterized by bold brush strokes, bright colors, and texture. Her pieces are playful explorations of color optics, pattern, and the intermingling of 2d and 3d space.
McCulloch holds an MFA in Painting from Boston University and received her MA and BA from the University of Virginia. Her work has been featured in museums and galleries in the U.S. and abroad, including the Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art at the University of Richmond Museums in Richmond, VA; the Danforth Museum of Art in Framingham, MA; the American Poetry Museum in Washington, DC; R02 Art in Dallas, TX; Bowery Gallery in New York City, NY; Fraser Gallery in Bethesda, MD; Whitelight Contemporary in Santa Fe, NM; Shockoe Artspace in Richmond, VA; Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, TX; John Rylands Library in Manchester, UK; and Casa del Lector in Madrid, Spain; among others. McCulloch holds various awards, including a Joan Mitchell Foundation Fellowship, a Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Fellowship for Painting, and a Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Award. She is a two-time recipient of an Individual Artist Grant from the Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County. Her work is featured in numerous collections, including the Iraq National Library in Baghdad, Iraq and the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, TX. For more information about McCulloch and her work, please visit: www.lindsaymcculloch.com or find her on Instagram at @lindsaymccullochart.