Graphic designer Lindsey Holt featured at Judson College April 6 | Judson College


Graphic designer Lindsey Holt featured at Judson College April 6

The exhibition Hindsight: A Four-Year Retrospective features original graphic prints and interactive work of Judson College senior art student, Lindsey Holt. The show will be on display at the Marian Acree Tucker Gallery on the Judson College campus.

The show opens April 6 and will continue through April 10. There will be an artist’s reception in the gallery on Monday, April 6 from 3:00p.m. to 4:30p.m., and the artist will give a brief lecture on her work in Adams-Armstrong Lecture Hall at 5 p.m. All events are free and open to the public.

Originally from Arab, Ala., Holt enrolled at Judson College as a freshman in 2011. She was first inspired to pursue a career in graphic design after taking specialized high school courses and placing first in the state of Alabama in a desktop publishing competition.

Holt’s work usually focuses on web and print design. She utilizes typography and imagery in order to create functional and aesthetically pleasing pieces of art. She draws inspiration from graphic designers such as Saul Bass and Paul Rand and letterers such as Jessica Hische. She is particularly fond of logo design and minimalism.

During her career as a student at Judson College, Holt’s artwork has been featured throughout southern Alabama. In 2013, she created the logo for Siloam Baptist Church in Marion, Ala. Her printmaking work was featured in a 2014 exhibition at the Selma Arts Guild. She designed the official website used for the play JimmyLee during its 2014 season. Her work has been published in Judson’s annual literary and arts magazine for the four consecutive years she has attended the college.

Holt has also worked extensively within the graphic design concentration at Judson College to create two of the annual Scrimshaw magazines in 2013 and 2014, and Under the Dome: Judson College’s 175th Anniversary Architectural Book.

The works in the upcoming exhibition are for sale. For more information about the work or the artist, contact Jamie Adams at 334.683.5251.​