Public art has been a growing passion of Lindee’s since she painted her first mural in High School and has continued to seek out individual mural projects in adulthood. Her passion has lead to the creation of the FCMP, a dream she has had for years. As the assistant director of the Downtown Artery, she is dedicated to working with talented local artists and businesses to build on the contemporary art scene and community in Fort Collins. In her free time, Lindee enjoys drawing cats and wearing sparkly things.
Being a founder and owner of the Downtown Artery, Amy has played a chief role as the Director of Operations since the Artery’s birth. She has a passion for and dedication to the arts and believes that a vibrant art scene is a necessity for successful communities. In her free time, Amy pets her cat, screen prints, and draws weird things.
Sam is an aspiring landscape architect working for the City of Fort Collins Parks department and the Lincoln Center. He has been an active multi-media artist for over fifteen years and his work has been displayed in New York and around New England. A huge proponent for public art, Sam aims to contribute to the transformation of the Fort Collins art scene and help beautify this town in creative and inspiring ways. He is also a Fort Collins native and a life-long skateboarder.
Allie is an illustrator and maker who focuses on creating art that makes people smile. She spends most of her time illustrating cats, foxes and other creatures that appear in picture books, murals, prints and art pieces. Her most public piece is a mural on Equinox Brewing and loves that it is accessible to all of our community. She is excited to be a part of our growing art scene in Fort Collins, by contributing her design skills to the FC Mural Project.
Chris is a photographer, printmaker, and illustrator native to Fort Collins, CO. His passion for art began at a young age, stemming from his early interests in skateboarding, music, and comics. Currently, Chris is primarily focusing on illustration and screen printing as a means of character and story development, and plans to release his own series of comics in the near future. He strongly believes that public art is an important aspect of bringing communities together, and he is very excited to have the opportunity to help make his hometown more vibrant through the Fort Collins Mural Project.
Riley is a ceramic artist and maker whose intent is to build with clean, simple and sophisticated form, while evoking curiosity about the materials. She is highly influenced by the natural world, especially that of anatomy and fundamental structure. She finds great inspiration through geometric form and our primitive, formative selves.