Lindsay Smith Gustave lives and works in Greenville, SC. Gustave received a BFA with Honors in printmaking and a Master’s in Art History, both from the University of Denver. A multidisciplinary artist, she frequently utilizes objects found or inherited from family (i.e. beads, vessels, and figurines) and explores connections with those common objects to preserve relationships with family and depict the intergenerational lineage of inherited traits like trauma, mental illness, beliefs in social institutions, cultural constructs, and norms. Reproductions of specific moments, vague memories, or stories infuse them with meaning by challenging the division between memory and immediate experience. Gustave has worked at the Denver Art Museum, Clyfford Still Museum, and David B. Smith Gallery. She has exhibited work at Alto Gallery, Georgia Art Space, Leon, and Union Hall. Gustave has been featured as a Colorado Creative in Denver’s Westword and DARIA Art Magazine.

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