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I will being having a solo show in March, "Minutia: An Integration of Macro Digital Photography and Jewelry". Everyone is invited.
Dates: March 9 - 27, 2009
Location: West Main Hall Gallery, NGCSU, Dahlonega, Ga
Reception: March 26, 6p - 8p
An Integration of Macro Digital Photography and Jewelry

Artist Statement

The big picture. People get distracted by this everyday. It’s hard to focus in a world of advertisements and flashing lights. Have you ever just stopped and stared at a shape or form that distracts you for no apparent reason? Maybe yo… Read More
An Integration of Macro Digital Photography and Jewelry

Artist Statement

The big picture. People get distracted by this everyday. It’s hard to focus in a world of advertisements and flashing lights. Have you ever just stopped and stared at a shape or form that distracts you for no apparent reason? Maybe you’ve asked yourself if you are the only one who has noticed something that seems so obvious, but at the same time, completely invisible.

The focus of my body of work is two-fold. At first, it can be taken just as a another collection of jewelry. A collection that I, initially, inadvertently sought inspiration from my previous studies in archaeology and anthropology. As I look back, each and every piece reminds me of a different culture, past and present. I’ll let you, the viewer, determine which ones on your own.

For the other side of my work, I literally want you to look close. I mean really close. So close, you may not recognize the object itself. If you take a photograph, what do you see? Color, shape, and form. They may look like unearthly landscapes. But, in reality, you can fit them into the palm of your hand. With something that small, there are so many possibilities. So, go on and look. Read Less
Lyndsy Holmes was born in Salem, Ohio and raised in Columbus, Georgia. From a young age, Lyndsy has always been interested in art, culture, and technology. During college, she has majored in Anthropology, Computer Science, and Art Marketing. Lyndsy believes that her degree in Art Marketing gives her the ability… Read More
Lyndsy Holmes was born in Salem, Ohio and raised in Columbus, Georgia. From a young age, Lyndsy has always been interested in art, culture, and technology. During college, she has majored in Anthropology, Computer Science, and Art Marketing. Lyndsy believes that her degree in Art Marketing gives her the ability to blend her interests of technology and culture into a cohesive statement.

She has worked with many media such as graphic design, painting, weaving/textiles, ceramics, sculpture, stained glass, and printmaking. Currently, Lyndsy is focusing in Digital Photography and Jewelry. Her style is modern and abstract in her photography with a flair of the past and present cultures in her jewelry.

Lyndsy has shown her work at The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (Atlanta, Ga), Bob Owens Gallery (North Georgia College and State University), and Kryder Gallery (Dahlonega, Ga). She has also had commissions as a photographer for the Hal B. Rhodes III Student Exhibition at North Georgia College and State University and photographed author B.J. Robinson for her book of poetry He/She/Eye. Lyndsy has been published in Mountain Laurels and NGCSU Digest. She participated in service projects that contributed photography for Paul Thomas Chocolates (Dahlonega, Ga) and designed skateboard art for the Appalachian Skate Klub. In addition, Lyndsy is the Historian/Web Page Creator and Coordinator for Spectrum: NGCSU’s Art Club. Read Less
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