About'Disagreeable Cornish Art - paintings from the contractor's tea-hut' explores themes of social injustice, politics and religion, alongside works that hint towards the artist's interest in modern culture and manifestation, such as a larger-than-life sculptural parody of Lady Gaga.
The quiet poetry of Lindsay's rural farming scenes bring alive a nostalgia for the working man's land long forgotten.
Malcolm Lindsay lives and works in Cornwall.
Born in Singapore in 1939, he spent time in a Vichy prisoner of war camp and later joined the RAF. He started work on farms at the age of 14 , and has since worked as a welder, lecturer, and book dealer .