Lindsay Keir MA(RCA) is a Scottish artist who studied at Glasgow school of Art and the Royal College of Art in London. From her Salisbury studio she specialises in painting with a variety of oil and water based media using, when appropriate, high-lights of gold leaf and metallic inks as decorative elements.

Lindsay draws inspiration from the natural world using strong colour,pattern and texture. The richness in her paintings reflect her designers eye. She transforms everyday familiar objects with a powerful romantic language using strong colour and texture. The richness of her paintings reflect her designers eye and the unique observational qualities show a true depth of spirit. She exhibits widely, including the annual exhibitions; The Royal Glasgow Institute (RGI) in Glasgow and the Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour (RSW) and The Royal Scottish Academy (RSA) in Edinburgh. Other venues include; The Royal Festival Hall at the South Bank Centre, London and Fisherton Mill in Salisbury. She has work in many private collections in the UK, Scandinavia and the USA.

She exhibits widely including various Scottish venues, The Wykeham Gallery in Stockbridge Hampshire, Frivoli in Chiswick London, Fisherton Mill in Salisbury Wiltshire, First View gallery at Stourhead( national trust) and The Old Chapel Gallery in Pembridge in Hereford.

She gets involved in Art Trails including Dorset Arts Week(DAW) May/June 2016 and every other year, Wylye Valley May/June 2017, Salisbury Art Trail 2018 both biannually.

Lindsay is a member of The Cygnet Gallery in Shaftesbury, Dorset which is run as a cooperative.

Upcoming exhibitions and events

Wylye Valley

Wylye Valley Art Trail 2017. Saturday 27th May - Sunday 4th June. Meadow View Artists venue 57

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Salisbury City

Salisbury City art trail 2018

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Dorset Arts Week

The Cygnet Gallery and at Jo Burnells garden studio near Blandford

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Fisherton Mill

'Line of sight' Contemporary Landscape Painting exhibition until 25th February 2017

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