Lindsey Wohlman is a photographer and sculptor residing in Lafayette, Colorado. She graduated from the University of Colorado Fine Arts program and continually adds to her skills through education and field work.
Lindsey Wohlman adds a photographic view to historical works of great artistic importance. With the goal of continuing the dialogue of the original artist, she creates work utilizing artists who have inspired and shaped her as an artist. “I feel we must remove art from the vacuum of the moment of creation. By doing so we better understand the work, how it moves through history, and how its story is changes. I work to continue the series and create its own unique dialogue and historical significance. The work must stand on its own.”
She has collaborated with several museums including Denver Museum of Nature and Science and University of Colorado Natural History Museum on an on-going series to create a photographic study based on John James Audubon’s iconic “Birds of America”. Collaborating with large institutions allows her access to cutting edge research leaders and a world class collection rarely available for non-research purposes.
Additional series have been inspired by Andy Warhol and Georgia O’Keeffe. Her Warhol series was awarded by the University of Colorado’s Dean of Arts and Sciences with a long term exhibit in the Deans office. It is also the topic of a successful crowd-funding project and was featured on USA Today.
Lindsey has exhibited in several states and outside of the US. She has been invited to shows such as the Governor’s Art Show, Lone Tree Exhibition, and Loveland Sculpture Invitational. Lindsey has work in a variety of public collections including the University of Colorado Special Collections. Herwork can be viewed at www.distilledartdesign.com