Lindsay Smith Gustave lives and works in Denver, Colorado.
My work seeks to express the remnants of daily existence through visual artifact. It establishes a link between a landscape’s reality and that imagined by its observer. Visual reproduction of these specific moments infuses them with meaning by challenging the division between memory and immediate experience. I highlight overlooked moments for their ability to subconsciously construct our realities. In both my drawings and my sculptural works, production becomes meditative and deepens those memories. My works are divided into series to best represent the different facets of my practice: meaning making in daily spaces, meditations in space, and human experience.
2014 Master of Arts, Art History and Museum Studies, University of Denver
2007 Bachelor of Fine Arts, University of Denver
A Breath Before, two-person exhibition with Kaitlyn Tucek, Alto Gallery, Denver, CO
(inhabit), guest curated by John Vogl, Helikon Gallery, Denver, CO
Rethinking Urbanism: RedLine's 5th-Annual Juried Exhibition, curated and juried by Louise Martorano, RedLine, Denver, CO
10X10X10XTieton, Tieton Arts & Humanities, Tieton, Washington
Phillips Staff Show, Phillips, New York, NY
May 2016 Artist, Giant Coloring Book for Teen Drop-In Night at MCA Denver
November 2015 & March 2016 Artist, Printmaking workshop for Teen Drop-In Night at MCA Denver
November 2014- November 2017 Member, Board of Directors, CultureHaus
2019 Froyd, Susan. “Colorado Creatives: Lindsay Smith Gustave.” Westword. January 28.
2018 Austin, Drew. "Studio.Public: A Conversation with Lindsay Smith Gustave." Studio.Public. March 29.