1/25/16

Exqueeze my tardiness!




I cannot believe it has been so long since my last post! Christmas has come and gone, we are nearing the end of the first month of the new year, and I am finding that running a small gallery takes an incredible amount of time in greeting visitors, installing work, answering calls and emails and posting on social media - all part of my day.  It has been a great learning experience being on the flip side of the coin.  My new discovery, old for a lot of you, is Instagram and I am finding it a wonderful place to post our gallery artist's work. You can find me under my full name, Tina Steele Lindsey, on Instagram.  If you wish to learn more about the gallery I am including the gallery link, HERE,  I will continue to use this blog to post my own paintings and drawings as I have always done.
As far as my own creative juices I have managed to begin a couple paintings as I have a little studio section off the rear of the gallery building in which to work.  At the top of the post is a recent drawing, thank you for taking time to visit my blog.

12/1/15

"Be a deer, won't you?"



A few seasonal things around the gallery may be found such as these sweet pillows by Connie Bedell!


Open 11:00am-5:00pm Tuesday-Saturday - and by appointment. 
We look forward to seeing you!

11/21/15

Lindsey Steele Gallery


Lindsey Steele Gallery is located in Rockmart, GA, just west of Atlanta. We are excited to welcome visitors/patrons at 106 East Church Street, Tuesday-Saturday from 11:00AM-5:00PM and will be closed on major holidays.  For further information, please click HERE.

11/14/15

Lindsey Steele -


Making progress!  Posting our left window, more information and images to come.
Lindsey Steele - fine art gallery

11/6/15

Call to Artists - Submissions!


ARTISTS, we are accepting submissions!
Click THIS LINK.

Thank you!

11/4/15

Well hello old friend!


 I have not seen this painting since it was shipped years ago, and there it is in a beautiful room designed by Nancy Price.  This photo is via The Scout Guide - Feel Blue: In Praise of Navy.  

10/4/15

Have a Little Faith in Your Work - Part II



Thank you Brooklyn Living  for pairing an image of my painting with your floral arrangement on your site!  It does a body good to know this painting has been appreciated so!  Two (2) other pairings from others of this particular painting were posted here in March 2013, blog post titled ,  Have a Little Faith in your Work.

Very excited that things are coming along in my new gallery location, I will post more on that nearing completion!  If you are an artist interested in submitting, please go to my website.
Until then, my best!

9/29/15

Some Exciting News!



I have some exciting news coming ahead, I hope you will stay tuned!  
These two photos pretty much say what you think they say, 
I am hoping to be open by the end of October, please stay tuned!

4/16/15



In this painting my only goal was to center of the thoughtful expression of a child.
 Oil on canvas, with permission from photographer Sandie Dougnac. 

4/14/15


I cannot give you the formula for success, but I can give you the formula for failure, which is try to please everybody. ~ Herbert Bayard Swope


 
This is an extremely large painting which now resides in a residence in a very large room with high ceilings and a solid long wall.  I am always surprised to see how walls can eat up paintings, so large often is perfect.  I enjoyed its process immensely.


4/6/15


Every once in a while I catch an image of one of my paintings on the web and I will see a painting installed in a different orientation than how I painted it.  I think it works well this way, so thanks to the talented eye of NancyPrice who installed this painting horizontally for her client!
For more information on available paintings or scheduling a commissioned piece, simply drop me an email!  

4/5/15



I am celebrating my favorite time of year, spring, with this fresh 30×40 acrylic abstraction on canvas.  All the glorious color just renews my heart and spirit this time of year, and I'm hoping it is the beginning of good things to come!