Communications Degree
Mixed Media on rag paper, 27 X 22

Born in Virginia, Lindsay Nolting studied art as a teenager in Paris.  Later, at the Art Students’ League of New York, her principle teacher was Theodoros Stamos, youngest of the first generation Abstract Expressionists.

During the 1960s, Nolting lived alternately in New York and Paris, painting abstractions. Landscape references surfaced in her paintings; she returned to Virginia, and, in 1973, settled into an old house in Fluvanna County. Since then her work kicks off, more often than not, from the red dirt, blue hills, and changing rivers of the Virginia Piedmont.

Collectors include the American Center in Paris, Federal Reserve Bank, Richmond, Martha Jefferson Hospital, Charlottesville, the Medical College of Virginia Hospitals, the Richmond Police Academy at Virginia Union University, James Madison University, Randolph-Macon College, Wellesley College, the University of Virginia Miller Center, and the Woodward Foundation, Washington, D.C.

Nolting’s paintings have appeared in regional and national shows curated by Lawrence Alloway, Dennis Barrie, Bernard Chaet, Grace Hartigan, Kynaston McShine, Mary Miss, Alice Neel, Peter Plagens, and others. Her workshops have been supported by the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Virginia Commission for the Arts, the Virginia Center for Creative Arts, and Target.

Telephone: 434-842-3049

See more Noltiing paintings at her Fluvanna County Studio near Columbia. Please call ahead.

Over and Over
Acrylic on Canvas, 42 X 40

Lindsay Nolting

works consigned for sale:

Tavern on the James, Scottsville, Virginia
April 13, 2016

Fine Frank Scenery

Acrylic on rag paper, 23 X 24

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