At 42, only three years since focusing on her art full-time, Lindsey Liss is on the verge of something most artists strive for but rarely attain while alive — national recognition.
Currently in the busiest period of her career, Liss is one of a few select artists from Chicago taking part in the Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series, which is an annual search for the best emerging artists from North America. Her piece in that competition, “Delusional,” will be on display... (Read More)
For most of her life, Lindsey Liss lived a conventional life while writing and taking photographs as a hobby. It wasn’t until middle age that she discovered her true passion and started doing what makes her happy, and what she’s best at. Now, at 42, only three years since focusing on her art full-time, Liss is seefmingly on the verge of something most artists strive for but rarely attain — recognition, respect, and clients... (Read More)
Lindsey Liss, Chicago’s premiere lenticular and neon artist, will host an anniversary event at her space, Double L, located at the Cornelia Arts Building (1800 W Cornelia Avenue). Liss’ artwork shows various reflections on pop culture and ranges from neon signs and lenticular printing to wordplay and incorporating her original poetry into satirical pieces. She has exhibited her work at Heaven Gallery, HAM Gallery, 2112 Incubator, Soho House Chicago, The Paris Club, Macy’s, Double Door, Hyde Park Connect and Zhou B... (Read More)