Lindsey Baker



Lindsey Baker is known for a unique brand of realism. Baker’s work documents the quietly iconic buildings and landmarks of ‘local culture’, often contrasting these local icons with those of other cultures in an effort to expose the innate ‘kiwiness’ that defines New Zealand’s landscape.

Baker lives and paints in Raglan, and thrives on the raw West coast energy; the howling South Wester' down the valley; the sculptured Manuka moulded to the hills by the onshore wind and the great surf. Lindsey has been painting for over 25 years and exhibits regularly with work is represented in the University of Waikato collection and The Waikato Museum of Art and History, as well as many private collections and is featured in the book ‘NZ on Canvas’ by Denis Robinson & 'Artists Impressions of New Zealand'.

1 Basque Rd Scarfies St Kevins Arcade Clear Blue Skies
Drovers hut Princess Gate West Coast Te Mata Church
Taboo, K rd. Tirohanga Kai Puke Britomart Metropolis, Waiting for the Bus
Brazil Cafe, K’rd. Travellers Laundromat Pigeon Wall West Coast Tea Tree
Tony's House Tea Tree ii Lone Tea Tree
Pancake Rock