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Friday, October 25, 2013

Artworks by Lyndi McNulty Reception at Birdies Café Friday Oct. 25, 5:30-7:30pm



Artworks by Lyndi McNulty Reception at Birdies Café Friday Oct. 25, 5:30-7:30pm

You are invited to a reception to see Lyndi McNulty’s new exhibit "Seeing in Color" at Birdies Café on October 25, 5:30-7:30pm. Enjoy light refreshments and visit with friends.  We are having Birdie’s prize winning lobster salad, wine and American beer! Lyndi McNulty

Birdie's Café phone number: 410-848.7931

Location: 233 East Main Street, Westminster, MD 21157


Birdie's Café
233 East Main Street
Westminster, MD 21157



Local Award-Winning Artist and owner of Gizmos Art helps promote, encourage and support artists in any way she can. By Kerri Gaither

To learn more about this artist/art advocate – Lyndi McNulty - or to contact her, visit www.Gizmosart.com.





Gizmos Art:
1 New Windsor Rd
Westminster, MD
You must make an appointment
Call: 410-876-7939
Or contact us at: framing AT GizmosArt DOT com


Lyndi Steward McNulty


September 16, 2010


Lyndi Steward McNulty September 16 2010 brief bio                                                                                                                           

Gizmos - Lyndi Steward McNulty


September 16, 2010


Lyndi Steward McNulty, a prize winning artist, has been an artist since she was four years old. Her style has been the same since she began to paint in high school. Bright colors and abstract design elements are typical of her work.

She is most influenced by Theophile Steinlen, Alphonse Mucha, Theberge and Franz Marc.  Her favorite subjects are animals and local farm scenes in Carroll County, Maryland.

McNulty has studied fine art at the Maryland Institute College of Art, Middle Tennessee State University, and Southwest Craft Center in San Antonio, Texas and the Rochester Institute of Technology.  She holds and M.S. from The Johns Hopkins University and an M.L.S. from the University of Oklahoma.

She has also done design work professionally, both as an airbrush artist and as a commercial design artist.  She has worked as a museum curator, not only curating the collection, but also designing and installing the exhibits for three museums.

McNulty has owned Gizmos Art for nearly 30 years, a business started by her mother Betty McNulty, where she does custom framing and the restoration of paintings, paper, photographs, and frames and appraisals of all kinds.

McNulty is a member of the Art Deco Society of Washington D.C.; the Baltimore Museum of Art, The New England Appraisers Association and the Carroll County Arts Council.  She may be reached at www.gizmosart.com and 410-876-7939.

Lyndi Steward McNulty September 16 2010 brief bio

Lyndi Steward McNulty, Dayhoff, Westminster, Maryland, Carroll County, art, artists, framing, appraisers, appraisals,



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“Color-Graphemic gustatory Synesthesia” by Kevin Dayhoff November 24, 2009


The Thanksgiving holiday is always a mixed-up mashed-up confusion of words, colors, music, and taste.  It’s an arrhythmic cacophony chromaticism of atonal colors…  The holiday started several days early as I devoured each word in Hindi …  by Kevin Dayhoff November 24, 2009

[20091124 colorgraphemic synesthesia] Dayhoff Art


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“Color-Graphemic gustatory Synesthesia” by Kevin Dayhoff 24Nov09 http://tinyurl.com/y8stz35 #art #writing http://twitpic.com/ra315 The Thanksgiving holiday is always a mixed-up mashed-up confusion of words, colors, music, and taste.  It’s an arrhythmic cacophony chromaticism of atonal colors…  The holiday started several days early as I devoured each word in Hindi …

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Asymmetry and color-graphemic synesthesia

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