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About: About

"I create as I am physically and mentally able, choosing projects that spark personal exploration, growth, and curiosity.


Life with multiple sclerosis and neurodivergence has left an indelible mark on my practice; this combined with my love of poetry and music often inform my work in the studio. 

I work in various mediums, from handmade ink to cyanotype printing and digital drawings, with project materials and subjects frequently inspired by exploring my heritage and ancestry through color study, symbolism, technique, and placemaking.

I hope that my art and process are approachable and authentic, and I welcome mentorship and collaboration when possible."



Lindsey Holcomb is an interdisciplinary artist, speaker, and aspiring writer. Lindsey served on the faculty for the Tualatin Valley Creates Arts Leadership Incubator from 2022-2023, and has won numerous grants for her Colors of MS project (2019-2024) and chronic illness advocacy work. Her work can be found in private collections and corporate installations across the US and internationally. Lindsey's 2023 artwork "Hagg Lake I" recently received the 2024 Permanent Collection award from the City of Hillsboro, the first of its kind. 

She holds a BA from the University of Oregon in Japanese and Asian Studies, with a certificate in Intercultural Business Communication, and is currently represented by the Portland Art Museum Rental Sales Gallery and ArtLifting. When not creating in the studio, Lindsey enjoys writing, learning about the ocean, and feeding the neighborhood crows (all while trying to keep up with her young family and a small herd of dogs).

Japanese Calligraphy

available work

Explore available work by visiting the Portland Museum Rental Sales Gallery and ArtLifting. From exclusive ready-to-hang originals to prints in various sizes and mediums, there's something for everyone. Be sure to subscribe for updates and be the first to know about events and new additions to her collections.

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