Spreading fear and mayhem in the visual arts.

Angela Singer, Suzanne Moxhay, Caitlin Hackett, Lindsey Carr et al. at Strychnin, Berlin

by Suzanne on May 4th, 2011


Vila of the Forest by Angela Singer, taxidermy deer, mixed media, crystals, ceramic flower leaves, 2011 - click to enlarge

One more for Berlin folks: Next Friday, a beautiful forest-themed show will be opening at Strychnin Gallery.

From the press release:

"In concordance with the United Nation's International Year of Forests, Strychnin Gallery presents 'The Enchanted Forest' an international charity group show curated by Yasha Young and Giovanni Cervi that is dedicated to the forests and their inhabitants all over the world.

The show should remind people of the drastic damage that is constantly done to our forests as well as their beauty, uniqueness and importance.

Many lovingly and elaborately crafted sculptures as well as paintings and photographs by over 30 international artists will display both the desolation of deforestation and the forest‘s magic and liveliness that we have to save.

10 percent of the price of every sold artwork will be donated to a project of the WWF!"


Feralis by Suzanne Moxhay, 2010 - click to enlarge

Exhibiting artists include: Mia Araujo, Caitlin Hackett (below), Tom Bagshaw, Lindsey Carr (bottom), Daniel van Nes, Lisa Black, Lost Fish, Angela Singer (top), Elmer Presslee, Suzanne Moxhay (above), and many more.


Insatiable by Caitlin Hackett, ballpoint pen, micron pen, ebony pencil, coloured pencil and water colour on paper - click to enlarge

What impresses me particularly about the line-up is the huge number of female artists including great young talents like Lindsey Carr (below) whose deep love and fascination for biology and painting are very visible in her extraordinary and forever growing symbiotic menagerie.


Ortus by Lindsey Carr, acrylic ink, watercolour & gold leaf on Arches, 2011 - click to enlarge

Opening reception: May 13, 2011, 8 PM

On show: Not sure. Check with gallery.

Address: Strychnin Gallery, Boxhagenerstr. 36, 10245 Berlin, Germany, tel.: +49 30 9700 2035

Gallery hours: Thu - Sun: 12 - 6 PM

Show preview

Lindsey Carr at Imagine Gallery, Suffolk

by Suzanne on February 22nd, 2011


La Bizarre Singerie by Lindsey Carr - click to enlarge

Judging by her recent blog posts, Lindsey Carr (previously featured) has been preparing for her Suffolk solo show that opens this weekend like only few artists I know and I admire her artistic work ethic greatly.

And for the audience this means a plethora of beautiful new works that combine a Henri Rousseauesque boldness, a Tiffany Bozicesque ornamentality and a Walton Fordesque wilderness and by adding her own heightened sense for impeccable composition and exactitude in execution, Lindsey mixes them all together to create something new.

I couldn't find out any clear information about how long her works will be on show so do check back with the gallery. Details below.

Oh, and à propos Walton Ford, I stumbled upon this video feature on Juxtapoz the other day. It's worth your time.

Opening reception: Sunday, Feb 27, 12 PM onwards

Address: Imagine Gallery, Hall Street, Long Melford, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 9JL, UK, tel: +44[0]1787 378786, email: imaginegallery@hotmail.co.uk

Gallery hours: Mon - Sat: 10 AM - 6 PM, Sun: 12 - 4 PM

Preview show

Artist's website

by suzanne_tumblr on November 21st, 2009

… and another talented illustrator just announced a new print:

Lindsey Carr is finally offering her beautiful Fox Confessor (previously featured here) for sale in print form.

by suzanne_tumblr on November 13th, 2009

Next up is Lindsey Carr who’s come a bloody long way, if I may say so. These new “studies”, as you humbly call them, are awe-inspiring, Lindsey!

by suzanne_tumblr on September 28th, 2009

Portrait of a Bataleur (in progress) by Lindsey Carr, 2009