Award-winning Scottish artist Lyndsey Redford is a painter inspired by everyday life and the immense scale of nature. In 2010, Redford graduated with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art from Duncan of Jordanstone School of Art, Dundee. Here, in 2011, she also graduated with an MA in Fine Art.
Redford has had many exhibitions over the years. Most recently, Four Painters at RGI Kelly Gallery in Glasgow. This solo exhibition took place from 1st to 17th August in 2015. From 31st January to 14th February 2013, Redford had a joint exhibition, also at RGI Kelly Gallery in Glasgow.
In 2012, Redford had several exhibition. This includes Effortless Brushstrokes at Falmouth Art Gallery, which took place from 11th February to 14th April. She also exhibited at RGI Kelly Gallery from 31st January to 12th February. From 25th September to 22nd October, Redford had a joint Landscape exhibition in Glasgow- House for an Art Lover.
Other exhibitions include the following:
- Duncan of Jordanstone Degree Show, Dundee, group exhibition, 22nd – 30th May 2011
- The Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, New Contemporaries, 19th March – 13th April
- The Surface Gallery, Nottingham, Open Show, 12th July - 30th July
- Masters Show, Duncan of Jordanstone, Dundee, August 27th - 3rd September
- Polka Dot Punks, Universal Bar Glasgow, 12th September
- Postcards from Europe, Shropshire, 3rd October – 12th November
- Peacock Visual Arts, Aberdeen, The Winter Exhibition, 12th November – 23rd December
- Art Pistol, Hilton Hotel Glasgow, 9th – 12th December
- Crab Apple Arts, Glasgow, Christmas Fayre, 17th December
Redford has received numerous scholarships and awards. Most recently in 2011, she was shortlisted for the RSA William Littlejohn Award for Excellence and Innovation in Water-based Media. In 2011, Redford was also shortlisted for the Threadneedle Painting Prize and she received the the RSA Painting Prize and The Maclaine Watters medal. In 2010, Redford won the RSA New Contemporaries Award, and the Farquhar Reid Trust Award.
Redford has also contributed to the Public Catalogue Foundation publication, and she has collections at Duncan of Jordanstone University in Dundee.