Lindsay Martin Gryskewich received her Master of Fine Arts from Oregon College of Art and Craft and her Bachelors of Arts from Denison University. She has received numerous scholarships and attended Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts and a residency in Deschutes National Forest, Oregon. Her paintings are exhibited locally and nationally in spaces such as the BayArts Center near Cleveland, Ohio, Wasmer Gallery at Ursuline College, the galleries at Kent State University, Troy Laundry Building and Ford Gallery of Portland, OR, ArtReach Gallery of Portland, OR, and the Hoffman Gallery.
In addition to creating artwork, Lindsay Martin Gryskewich is an events and arts administration professional as well as an educator. Her experience includes organizations such as Akron Art Museum, Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens, Western Reserve Historical Society, Oregon College of Art and Craft, Portland Public Schools, Kent State University, Great Lakes Brewing Company and the Orange City School District.
"I am interested in how we spatially orient ourselves and wander through the sites of our lives. Place is a fluid illusion: both general and detailed, permanent and temporary. Painting emerges as material amalgamation of the body’s translations of memory. My work documents how we move in between chaotic architecture and natural vegetation to find great panoramas in the distance. All places-- the home street, the wooded path, the clearing before a valley-- resonate as important places to the map of our lives."
He Wakes Early for Qualifying Races
40" x 48" Oil and Flashe on Panel 2019
Hickory Creek Falls
40" x 48" Oil, foam, fabric and flashe paint on panel 2018
40" x 48" Oil, foam, fabric and flashe on panel 2018
Master Bedroom, She
Oil and Flashe paint on panel 40" x 48" 2018
40" x 48" 2018 Oil, fabric and flashe paint on panel
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