Charlotte and Carol: 1920-1959 Public Art
Collaborative Works
Works by Carol Wilder
Works by Larry Enge
Current Exhibits

Ms. Lindsey has worked for over 15 years as an educational artist-in-residence, which has involved both teaching art and administrating art programs. Her specialty is designing and directing collaborative, tile mosaic murals that utilize children's drawings. From 2002 -2004, she partnered with the late Carol Wilder on public art projects, which included designing the terrazzo floor and connecting concrete walkways for the new terminal at the Dallas Executive Airport, scheduled to open in 2005. Charlotte has been included in the Young Audiences' Residency Roster since its inception in 1991. Her residencies, workshops, teacher training and mural making have taken her to over 50 settings across the Dallas area, including schools, museums, parks, cultural and community centers, shelters and hospitals. She directed the ArtWorks Program at The Wilkinson Center for six years and served for three years as the Artistic Director for the Dallas site of the Kennedy Center Imagination Celebration. She has a BFA in Graphic Design from the University of North Texas and did graduate work in printmaking.

Artist statement :

Her personal work often combines drawing, collage, manipulated photographs and found objects, both natural and man made. She says this about it:

“My work is an exploration of personal metaphors represented by simple tokens from nature such as a shadow, stone or branch. The work often serves as markers or reminders of events, realizations or truths from my journey. My process involves approaching the subject matter through a variety of media and discovering connections and relationships through the artmaking process. My goal is also to capture simple beauty and nuances in nature and to bring them into view.”

Ms. Lindsey earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design, with a minor in Advertising Journalism from North Texas State University in Denton, Texas. She has also done graduate study in printmaking.

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