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Lindsey Yeager

 

Environmental collapse has always been a central theme in the work I make, serving both in its literal form and as an extended metaphor for personal frustration. Since moving over a thousand miles from Wisconsin to Western Colorado, this theme has become less aspirational and distanced, and more specific to my everyday life in an idyllic landscape under the constant threat of overdevelopment. I fear that biodiversity will fall to the vacuousness of time and human consumption, leaving behind these paintings as monuments to what once was.

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