Lindy Fyfe is a visual artist based in Toronto where she maintains an active studio practice concentrating on painting, fabric construction, drawing and collage.
In 2010 The Robert McLaughlin Gallery presented 'Confluence', a major solo exhibition surveying Fyfe's work across her full range of media. In 2011 she had a solo exhibition of fabric constructions titled 'SPARK' at OZ Studio, Toronto. In 2014 she installed a solo exhibition of fabric work as a component of World of Threads, Oakville, and participated in Fibreworks 2014, at the Cambridge Galleries. In 2015 Fyfe was selected as a finalist for the Salt Spring National Art Prize exhibition in British Columbia, was included in the annual Art With Heart auction in Toronto, and had a solo exhibition, titled 'Shift Twist,' at Verso Gallery in Toronto. In 2016 she installed 'Tilt,' a site-specific work at *QueenSpecific in Toronto.
In 2019 Fyfe exhibited new work at Samara Contemporary in Toronto in the two-person exhibition 'Surface Play’ with Ruth Adler, her work was selected again for the annual Art With Heart auction at the Art Gallery of Ontario, and her work was included in the exhibition 'IMPACT' at The Robert McLaughlin Gallery in Oshawa highlighting works from the permanent collection.
In 2020 Fyfe participated in 'Pandemia: A Community Collage' curated by David McIntosh for 12 Degrees. This unique response to the COVID pandemic featuring the art of 28 artists was installed with the digitally-printed works abutted to each other as a collective collage and was largely viewed on social platforms. In 2021 she opened a solo exhibition 'Interplay' at 12 Degrees, Toronto.
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