Drawing inspiration from the places she has been and the histories of those who were there before her, Lindsay Jones’ artistry examines personal relationships with places, spaces and landscapes and will be featured at Anderson Ranch Arts Center’s Patton-Malott Gallery, November 5-29. An opening reception will be held from 5 to 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 5 with refreshments provided.
Utilizing the visual vernacular of mapping, Jones constructs drawings and sculptures that work together to become an immersive environment. Her exhibit, Into and Out of Place, will be her most ambitious body of work to date.
Ms. Jones has studied painting, printmaking and sculpture, and she holds master’s degrees from Purdue and the University of Oregon. Originally from Kansas City, Jones now resides in Carbondale, Colo., where she teaches art courses at Colorado Mountain College. Additionally, she works as a freelance illustrator and textile designer.
Anderson Ranch Arts Center’s 2013 exhibition series is made possible by the generous support of Bunny and Charles Burson.