Environmental Art Activist
Los Angeles, CA & Juneau, AK
Lindsay Carron is an artist and activist living and working between Los Angeles, California and Juneau, Alaska. She graduated with a B.F.A. in Studio Art from Pepperdine University, and since then has traveled extensively organizing groups of artists to paint murals, create portraits, and teach arts workshops in oftentimes remote locations. Lindsay’s artwork calls to the reigniting of the wild – within and without – during a time on the planet in which we are facing extreme pressure to make changes. Her most recent work was with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service as an artist in residence in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. As an art activist, Lindsay has set her sights on remote areas of the planet to receive the knowledge held in the plants, animals, elements, and people, intricately weaving them into compelling visual narratives that seek to describe what the world is experiencing and bring understanding to our place and purpose within it.