by Curtis R. Lindsey  


My artwork has always been about interpretation. How one person sees a particular piece may be entirely different from any other given person. Colors, shapes, forms, and figures that a viewer can easily relate to have been the staple of my work. Familiar objects rendered with a twist of the brush let others see the way I see objects: as interrelating blocks of color.

Areas flow into one another, and are influenced by each other. Even the seamless nude figure has an inherent geometry. In my work, I observe it then portray it in the painting or drawing. This simplification of form and color interprets skin-tones, clothing, objects and settings in a manner that is not seen in every-day life. This allows much more freedom in my work, along with a much more expressive feel.

My observations come from life: people and their lives, their emotions, their situations. Life and time perform their terrible dance as I try to capture it quickly with color and line. Expressing moods and situations, grace and beauty, and often the duality of human emotion has always been my goal.


For more information and other works by Curtis R. Lindsey, please visit:

Roen's Studio of Art


Angry (218K)


Nonchalant (218K)


Pregnancy (50K)


Reclined (166.7K)


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