“My art is an extension of my experiences, and my feelings. What I see in my surroundings—based on where I am, how I relate to it, and the material conditions available for artmaking—are composed vicariously in my mind through an experiential process, that translates the inner vision and personal attachment I have of a particular place, a special moment, or an irresistible idea. I translate these into works so that I do not lose the memory of this experience of seeing it mentally, how it moved me, and how it has changed my outlook of the world.”

— Lindslee

Lindslee’s curiosity about changing, reinventing and crossing boundaries of the medium of art is imminent in his works. He enjoys challenging his viewers by distorting their idea and expectations with regards to Art. Lindslee creates a twist in his works to give a more critical concept either by simplification, exaggeration or injecting humour in his works. His intent is to reveal a certain kind of pretentiousness in art making by taking the role of an engineer and pushing the context of what Art can be.  Through his works, he investigates the various influences in the semiotics of imagery. Stripping away any form of limitations in his process of art-making is the main theme in Lindslee’s work

Where’s The Brushes?
Mixed media
117 x 19 cm

Unintentional Output
Acrylic and oil on canvas
153 x 214 cm

Idealist Misinterpretation
Mixed media on canvas
157 x 274 cm

Closed Opening
Acrylic and oil on canvas
244 x 183 cm

Paint on Thing 3
Mixed media on canvas
16 x 24 inches

Essence of Misinterpretation #2
Oil, Canvas on Acrylic Glass
51 x 36 x 6 cm

Art of Tragedy
Old Cut Paintings
48 x 36 inches

A Philippine Artist
Fiber resin, Brass label
31 x 21.5 x 11.5 inches