• Shedding Stones at Paul Artspace

    Join me at Paul Artspace on International Forgiveness Day (August 6). I am making hundreds of stones that visitors can write on and leave in the forest. When: Noon - 6pm August 6, 2017. Where: Paul Artspace 14156 Sinks Rd, Florissant, MO. Project Synopsis: Carrying resentment, anger, or regret can negatively affect mental health and the body. International Forgiveness Day (August 6th, 2017) provides an opportunity to shed these feelings. In this interactive project, visitors are invited to Paul Artspace in Saint Louis where they can transfer unwanted negative emotions to “stones” through writing.
  • Unfolding the Process

    Carneal Simmons Contemporary Art is pleased to announce the opening reception of the group exhibition "Unfolding the Process" on Saturday, June 24, 2017, from 5 to 8:30 PM. Works from Lindsey Dunnagan, Sherry Giryotas, Adreon Henry, Susan Lacky, Julia Ousley, Jen Pack, and Jen Rose will be featured in his exhibition. The exhibition will conclude on September 2, 2017. Carneal Simmons Contemporary is located at 1415 Slocum Street, Ste 105 in Dallas, Texas. Website:
  • Nationstar's Artist in Residence Program

    Artworks "Distracted Dreaming", "Journey to You", "Alchemy of Memory", and "Winding Roots" by Lindsey Dunnagan are in Nationstar's permanent collection and now part of a collection website. "The program spans a broad range of artistic styles including paint, graffiti, sculpture, audio, video, experiential and everything in between. As you walk the halls of Nationstar, you can’t help but be inspired by the diverse and thought provoking works."
  • Grassroots Show at Woman Made Gallery

    CHICAGO —Woman Made Gallery (WMG) is proud to present the exhibition ‘GrassRoots,’ an exploration of environment. Juried by WMG Executive Director, Deb Flagel, and former WMG Associate Director, Pamela Callahan, 'Grass Roots' includes artworks in all media that expand the definitions of environment and connection. The show runs from May 5 - June 17, 2017. Read the full press release here:
  • Art Projects Looks to Science for Inspiration

    Art professors Lindsey Dunnagan and Francine Fox promoted interdisciplinary studies by inviting their students to sketch or paint in partnership with the sciences for first-hand experience with live, unique subjects. Read the full article here: