"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!


Lindsey Steele Gallery

Lindsey Steele, my studio and gallery, is located in Rockmart, GA, 106 East Church Street, just west of Atlanta.   For further information, please click HERE.


Lindsey Steele -

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



There is something about silver that has always entranced me.  I don't know if it is its cool nature as opposed to warm gold, can't put a finger on it, but love this silver wreath on this large lantern.  Looking forward to the holidays! 


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.  


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!


Painting by Tina Steele Lindsey with permissions Sandie Dougnac

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. 


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.


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!  



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!