Lindsay began his career by painting on canvas attached to walls rather than stretching it first. He still does. "I can be more emotional and expressionistic when the painting is flat on the wall with the sheetrock supporting the whole canvas and not the traditional process where the only supports are along the edges," he says. Lindsay begins the creative process by layering thick gesso on canvas to give it texture, then layers paint glazes on top of that to give it depth. He has had successful one-man exhibits of all acrylic on canvas. Lindsay's work can also be found in corporate and private collections in the United States, France, Spain, and Canada.
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