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Manchester Local Artists (60)

Lindsay Lowcock, local Manchester Artist: ""0737c025""
“The OnlyThing I Fear is Fear Itself’ 2005 –
consists of 6 Strip lights.

"Black Eyes", paintimng by Lindsay Lowcock, Bury based Artist
“Blackeyes” 2003
Oil on Canvas

"I'm New" by Lindsay Lowcock
“I’m New Here” 2006
Gloss, Oil and Ink on Canvas

Lindsay Lowcock, Manchester Artist: "I'm Not A"
“I’m not a Masochist, I’m a Sadist” 2006 –
Gloss, oil and ink on canvas

"Licence", painting by Lindsay Lowcock
“Licence to Kill” 2005
Oil on Canvas

Lindsay Lowcock: "My Picture"
“Licence to Kill 2” 2005
Oil on Canvas


Lindsay Lowcock

Lindsay Lowcock, Bury Artist
The Artist

Born Lindsay Amanda Lowcock in Bury on 8th
March 1986, Lindsay now lives in Heywood.

She was educated at Siddal Moor Sports College
in Heywood, then at Bury College and at Salford School of Art,
Salford University. She holds a BA (Hons) in Visual Arts.

Her work has been exhibited at Bury Art Gallery
(July 2004), and at Bolton Old Hall (June 2003).

In 2002 Lindsay worked at Radio Heywood presenting
a 2 hour show playing independent music, including some of her
own pieces.

Also that year she took part in a Community
Art Project: Mural on Local Buildings and won the 1st prize
of £500 which was presented to her by Jim Dobbin MP Middleton
and Heywood.

Lindsay describes herself as “a developer
and manipulator of the mediums of vision and sound”.

Her main influences are as diverse as Egon
Schiele, ‘The Backstreet Maudlin’ notes
of The Smiths, and German techno music’s dark rhythms.

Her work challenges the eye and mind…

“…arresting attention, forcing
a confrontation of the bloody notions of human sickness and
misery – aspects of life we would otherwise prefer to leave
unacknowledged, and concomitantly, unchallenged.”

Lindsay continues to confront the forgotten
sides of life with her latest project; a project that draws
together a serial killer’s madness and evil; his victims
bloody pain and death; and the apparent paradox of a bright
room that threatens darkness and chaos.

Added to the visual is the discordant sounds
of dysfunctional circuitry and dark ambient music; again, offering
a paradox of melody and the threat of chaotic breakdown.

Lindsay can be contacted by telephone at:

or by Email:

If you are, or know of any local
artists (painters, photographers, potters, sculptors, etc) located
or based in and around Manchester please let us know, and if appropriate,
we’ll try to include them. Contact us directly by emaill.


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