Lindsey Guile is a body-positive artist exploring concepts of self image through the lens of contemporary feminist theory. Lindsey’s practice embraces an intermedia approach that utilizes drawing, printmaking, and photography in her explorations into how body image affects self-worth. Her work has shown recently at the Dorskey Museum of Art, The Williamsburg Art & Historical Center, and at Barrett Art Center.
Lindsey is an Assistant Professor of Visual Art at Dutchess Community College where she teaches Drawing, Painting, and Digital Photography. She is also the Director of the Mildred I. Washington Gallery on the DCC Campus. Lindsey is active within her community having directed and performed in “The Vagina Monologues” and also is an organizer for the local “Take Back the Night” events which raises awareness about sexual violence. She also speaks to young women in the Hudson Valley about learning to be strong, confident, and successful.
Lindsey currently lives in Poughkeepsie, New York.