Lindsy Davis (b. 1990, New Jersey) is an American artist known for her gesture and negative space work that push and pull the eyes’ perception of space and depth. Lindsy works prolifically in series, her compositions question ideas of perceived perception through Gestaltism, and physically binds conceptual metaphor by using resources in the process that solidify her concept. She has spent her career making her process as sustainable as possible by making her own paper, building and burning her tools, deriving her own pigments/ stains and building her frames. Lindsy has shown internationally, was a National Parks Artist in Residence during their centennial year (2016), she is featured in collections throughout the nation, Canada and South Africa. She has worked with world renowned artists Ibrahim Miranda and William Kentridge. Lindsy received her Bachelors of Fine Arts degree
from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts/ Tufts University in Boston Massachusetts. She was raised in northern New Jersey, and currently lives and works Nashville, Tennessee.