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Lindsey Bull Limited Edition

Lindsey Bull’s figurative paintings explore psychological states and how they manifest in the external world. Much of her work, including her Limited Edition, which is part of our Curated Editions collection New Mythologies, focuses on individuals or groups of people that may be considered on the fringes of mainstream culture and society.

Detail of The Sock hand signed and numbered by the artist with a King & McGaw Editions stamp, and presented in a bespoke black stained ash frame

‘I loved being able to hand tint with watercolour on top of the print. It makes it really special, really unique.’

Lindsey Bull adding hand-finished watercolour to her Limited Edition, The Sock


Meet Lindsey Bull

Manchester-based painter Lindsey Bull creates figurative works that manifest a sense of strength and vulnerability. Join curator Becca Pelly-Fry as she talks to her about her artistic influences, how she channels intense, psychological states in her works, and the edition she’s making for our soon-to-be launched Curated Editions collection, New Mythologies.

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Lindsey Bull

The Artist

Lindsey Bull

Lindsey Bull (b.1979) lives and works in Manchester, UK. Bull has exhibited widely, nationally and internationally. Recent exhibitions include; Camouflage, (solo), Bo.Lee Gallery (2021), John Moores Painting Prize (2021), British Painting, Space K, Seoul (2019), Dressing Up (solo), Bo.lee Gallery, London (2018), We Are Where We Are, Baltic 39, Newcastle (2018), Vanitas, Marrow Gallery, San Francisco (2017), Lindsey Bull & Plastique Fantastique, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester (2017), Liverpool Biennial Associate Artists, India Buildings, Liverpool (2016). 

She was selected for the Atlantic Centre for the Arts Residency, Florida with master-in-residence Jules de Balincourt (2018). Awards and prizes include; Elizabeth Greenshields Grant Award (2017), Liverpool Biennial Associate Artist (2016-18), Red Mansion Art Prize (2010) and winner of the Brenda Landon Pye Prize (2009). She is included in the prestigious publication The Anomie Review of Contemporary British Painting, Anomie, Matt Price (2018).