Born in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, 1956, Lindsay Mullen is celebrated as a post-impressionist artist in her native United Kingdom and is closely associated with the island of Menorca, where she has lived and worked for most of her adult life. An accomplished colorist, influenced by Turner and Monet, her palette and compositions reveal a refined sensitivity to the light and climate of the various locations in which she has lived and worked.
Mullen’s interest in art and passion for exploring the world around her started early. After studying under Arnold Van Pragg at St. Albans School of Art and Jonathan Trowell at West Surrey College of Art and Design, she graduated in 1979 with a BA honors degree in fine art. A scholarship from the Royal Academy enabled her to continue her studies on the mediterranean island of Menorca, Spain. During this period she won numerous painting awards for work that now hangs in the Museum of Menorca, Consell Insular de Menorca and many public and private collections.