About the artist

California-based artist Lindsey Millikan is a contemporary realist painter whose whose subject matter is secondary to the color relationships and composition. In recent years, her studio work as focused on emotional paintings of ocean waves on live edge wood slabs. Also, well-known for her large scale mural work that is throughout the Bay Area. Her most recent 3800 square foot mural done in partnership with Attitudinal Healing Connection and Hoover Elementary School was unveiled by California State Senator Nancy Skinner and Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf in front of more than a dozen news crews in January of 2018. She has murals everywhere from the famed 924 Gilman in Berkeley to Pomo Indian Cultural Center in Santa Rosa to set design for Shania Twain and Bette Midler. Lindsey Millikan is available for commercial and public murals as well as private residences. Concurrently, she is seeking gallery representation for her most recent body of work while actively participating in select group shows.