A study of alchemy, color symbolism, and structure inspire my abstract works in ink and thread, with elements of my heritage informing each piece by way of hand-threading and a nod to the Japanese practice of kintsugi. My artwork, though done on paper, strives to capture 3D elements by way of texture building, hand-embroidery, and hand-cut details. Painting has become like a ritual for me, with the outcome intentionally unpredictable and spontaneous. Living with multiple sclerosis has left an indelible mark on my practice; I create as I am able and as long as it sparks relaxation, wonder, and joy. 

Lindsey Holcomb is an internationally recognized artist and the founder of the #colorsofMS project. She works in arts education in the greater Portland, Oregon area, where she lives with her little family and herd of dogs.​ Lindsey is a member artist at both Catherine Bede Gallery and the Portland Art Museum Rental Sales Gallery.

For purchasing information, exhibition inquiries, podcast/speaking engagements, or artist-led workshops, please contact Lindsey below.

Select original work can be viewed and purchased locally and online at Catherine Bede Gallery in historic downtown Hillsboro, Oregon, and the Portland Art Museum Rental Sales Gallery in downtown Portland, Oregon.

 

Recent Work

2 - Neural Fabric.JPG

[neural fabric]
20" x26" ink and thread original
$3,200 purchase or rental available
Rental Sales Gallery