Co_creation a la LYNDSEY

Living Murals

Argus Nest / Closeup of collage-painted surface at Artica. Collaboration with Lezlie Silverstein, 2004.

If these walls could speak, their story be always changing.  I love to use art and language to shape and shift an environment.  A few proven guidlines for me ~ either by invitation or permission, or easy to remove / non-damaging.   I want the work to be a gift ~ well-received or simple to get rid of.  Here are some interior and exterior examples:

I AM LOVED / Continuing installation on Cherokee Street. Inspired by the grafitti that used to be written across the plywood where Foam now is —  “LOVE” scrawled gigantic and sloppy. Shown here photographed with Jason Deem’s  RESTART and the Texas twins who aided installation.

TOPPLE in the Mission / Temporary installation in the Clarion Alley.

Transformateurs / Installation across from Cherokee Cuts and Cherokee and Nebraska.

We Incredibles/  Installation at Cherokee and Pennsylvania.  As described by a rollerskating ten year old: “I think this painting is about when all the adults finally quit their jobs and go outside to play.”

Nuestra Virgen de Traveling Mercies / Collaboration with Mike Pagano in spray tempera at Katie Mac’s for Mexico fundraiser.

Keeper of the Keys : Flood wall practice

Argus Nest / Ongoing project with LezLeider at Artica over two years.  Inspired by Saint Lucia and the mythological Argus monster.

We Come Together Like Opposites Attract /  New-sign installation in SF Potrero meditation on the oneness of villains/victims, interwovenness of dark/light

I Feel It All/  doodle-mural on the 3rd floor of the Flora mansion living quarters

Where there is Love, There is no Question / quickie in my childhood room at my parents’ house

Nothing can Separate Us / chalk doodle with kids at Cultivadores

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About me
Educated as a painter, learning as a yogi, and playful as a baby monkey: I am a willing human being __ emphasis on the Be. I am traveling-learning, designing projects to feed my inquiries while attracting adventures and connecting with tribes that grace my journey with experiential wisdom in creative healing and joyful sustainability. My passions are catalyzing radically simple + beautiful + fun intentional community, sparking spontaneous collaborative singing and dancing, acroyoga, permaculture, and loving children.