Lindsay Johnson is a narrative mixed media artist currently exploring the complexities of the pandemic. Her works document rest and resilience, grief and trauma. A storyteller, Lindsay constructs works on panels with acrylic, photographs, or found material to reconstruct moments in time, ideas, and dreams.
Lindsay Johnson has exhibited nationally including Woman Made Gallery in Chicago, Drury University in Missouri, and East Tennessee State University among others. She has participated in residencies and fellowships at the Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago, Parsons School of Design in NYC, and Kobakant in Berlin. Lindsay also teaches art at the middle school level and has contributed to the Illinois Art Education Association, Arts Alliance Illinois, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago Teacher Advisory Council. She has earned a BFA in Visual Communication from The University of Kansas, and two graduate degrees in education from National-Louis University.