Lindsey Sorel CHURCHLAND

Lindsay Churchland first studied art at the Julian Ashton Art School while in the army in 1944 and from about 1946 to 1949 at the East Sydney Technical College in Sydney. In 1950 he undertook study at the Chelsea Polytechnic School of Art, London. Upon his return to Australia in 1951 he taught at the National Art School, Sydney, where he later became the Head of the Division for Fine Arts. In 1975 he was appointed Principal Lecturer at the newly formed City Art Institute, Sydney. He began exhibiting in the mid-1950s and held his first solo exhibition in 1984. His work is represented in several Australian public collections.

Lindsay Churchland has travelled and lived in Europe, especially Spain, where he studied the traditional methods of guitar making. He is now retired and works in Sydney as an artist and guitar maker. He was a finalist in the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize in 1988.

Gender Male
Country of Birth Australia