October 2023 Artist of the Month
Lindsay Anderson creates vibrant watercolor and acrylic paintings of organic subject matter. From jellyfish to contemporary landscapes, Lindsay’s work is characterized by detailed dancing lines and trending color palettes. Each line, layer, and mark made in her work is intentional. She is constantly redefining her creative process and loves to experiment with different representations of her favorite subject matter. Lindsay is a passionate educator and teaches art at Frederick High School.
Frederick Artists Night – October 8, 4-8 pm
ART EXHIBIT & RECEPTION
One night only! Come see this local art exhibit at Cowork Frederick (122 E Patrick St, Frederick, MD 21701).
All work is for sale. All sale proceeds go to the artist.
Open to the public (entrance is free). Light refreshments will be served. Please show your support for local artists and musicians by stopping by.
Live solo finger-style arrangements of noteworthy songs by Jon Mann from 5-7 pm. Learn more about Jon and his music at Miles from Earth.
About the Artist
Lindsay Anderson is a wife, mom of two, art educator, and artist who is going on her 14th year of teaching art here in Frederick. She currently teaches Art 1, 2, 3, 4, Drawing & Painting, and Sculpture at Frederick High School. Lindsay loves organic subject matter and primariliy paints in acrylic and watercolor. She started her small art business 10 years ago when she began selling her work locally, hosting workshops, teaching art summer camps, and conducting private lessons. You can learn more about Lindsay and her art at Lindsay Elizabeth Art
About Frederick Artist Night
Frederick Artists Night is an event that celebrates local (Frederick County) creativity with an art exhibit and reception and live music on the First Saturday of each month. The event is sponsored by the Cowork Frederick Foundation. All proceeds from art sales to go the artist. To support this event, go here.
ABOUT THE COWORK FREDERICK FOUNDATION
Founded in 2019, the Cowork Frederick Foundation is the community-supported, non-profit arm of Cowork Frederick. We help Frederick County freelancers and entrepreneurs be more successful by creating ways for them to connect, learn, and build better businesses – and lives – together. Help support our efforts here.