Mark Lindquist

Mark Lindquist

Mark Lindquist is an internationally recognized artist with works in the collections of several of the world’s major museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England. He was given a 25‑year retrospective exhibition at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in 1995, and his works are in many private and public collections throughout the US and abroad.   Mark has been photographing in small, medium, and large format since 1969 and has spent a lifetime creating fine art photographs of his work and works of other artists, including photographing in the White House Oval Office. He has been a digital camera user since 1999 and an early adopter of Nikon’s cameras ever since. Always an advocate of the fine print, Mark has a dedicated print studio with a goal of creating the highest quality museum archival printing possible with his systems.  Lindquist owns and operates Lindquist Studios in north Florida, a 15,000 sq. foot studio facility that has a full complement of studios in several media, including photography and print studios and galleries. Today, Mark is designing and building robots and is pursuing the creation of abstract photography.  Mark Lindquist’s website regarding his sculpture is His websites on photography are and
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Landscapes Of The Mind (Rediscover)

  If it causes you to dream, then maybe it is…art. Conversation with Claude Morin, Paris, 1986 While pursuing a BA and MFA in art,