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Gallery With A Cause • Located in the New Mexico Cancer Center • Benefitting the NMCC Foundation

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Lindsay Brenner was born in St.Louis Missouri and obtained her Bachelor’s degree in studio art from St. Louis University in 2007. Throughout her life, she had many opportunities that exposed her to different cultures and ideas, including living in southern Morocco for 27 months as a peace corps volunteer. She also had the privilege of working with people with developmental disabilities as well as becoming an educator. She is currently working as an elementary special education teacher.


Her work has been exhibited in a variety of places in New Mexico including Ghostwolf gallery, 1415, Santa Fe community gallery, Off Center, Santa Fe Railyards, Axleart, the Harwood Art Center and the Los Alamos airport.


Artist Statement

Lindsay Brenner’s art is very exploratory. She is interested in a variety of media from paint to ceramics to found objects and natural materials.  Her works are often imaginative, quirky, or ethereal since she experiments and combines different subject matters and techniques. She likes to create art that is unexpected, humorous, unusual and often colorful.  Lindsay tries to elicit for the viewer to have a response of positivity and introspection. Some recurring themes in Lindsay’s art include recycling, play, nature, feminism and art as a practice of endurance and/or repetition. Lindsay is influenced by nature, travel and observation of the world around her.

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