Minimal and mainly white artwork, often starting with maps, provides alternative land and seascapes. Textured layering adds to geological "through the landscape" themes.


Lyndy Moles

Originally inspired by the meditational nature of minimalism and reductionist movements, Lyndy’s concentrates on form and shape, and many pieces of predominantly white artwork, some on acetate, rely on light and shadow to create the image.

A lifelong love of geology, maps and landscape also influences the outcome. More recently this has resulted in pieces that try to combine a pared back approach with a concentration on the shapes and spaces in the land or seascape, where the only colour comes from the layered maps and charts.

From a distance, the artwork may appear quite abstract, seeing relies on curiosity, drawing the viewer closer to ‘look differently’ at what might, on examination of content and detail, be a familiar place



Educated during the 70’s at an old fashioned Wiltshire grammar school, managed to escape the then prevalent view that secretarial work was the way to go, and after several years ‘trying out’ different jobs, fell into IT.

23 years of computer programming, systems analysis and business management followed, in large and small companies, which is enough for anybody!

In 2003, returned to education and art by completing a BA (Hons) in Fine Art.

Since then, several solo and group exhibitions have happened and it has also been a privilege to complete a number of commissions, working with people, their special places and family journeys to achieve some very personal ‘maps’.


Fine Art / Other Or Mixed / Print Making




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