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Cory Lind Art Collections

Shop for artwork from Cory Lind based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

Artwork by Cory Lind

Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

About Cory Lind

Cory Lind I am an artist from Aotearoa New Zealand currently living and working in central Texas, and loving it. I am of Nga Puhi and Scottish ancestry and before I was even aware of these things they have influenced my thoughts, beliefs and therefore my art. Land and music directly affect me, which is evident in most of my work. Indigenous people naturally tend to have a spirituality based upon land and music, so I can safely assume this is where my connection has stemmed from. I have been quietly working to perfect my craft for decades. I always strive to take my work in new directions, continually learning new skills, and never being afraid to try something different. Evolving outside of New Zealand’s accepted art scene has also been a contributing factor to my style, the diversity in my portfolio often surprises people. My art spans many mediums, comfortable with oil, watercolour, pencil and airbrush as well as carving beautiful bone and stone. My work ranges from tiny miniatures to huge murals, from colourful abstracts to photo-real portraits, many of which embrace my Māori whakapapa (heritage) and wairua (spirituality). In New Zealand I was a regular artist at the AUM Art and Music Festivals, painting live and responding to the crowds. There are several murals around Auckland that are my work, some are collaborative. I was also included in Te Herenga Waka 2017, an art festival showcasing Māori artists. The Lake House Art Centre’s annual Matariki Exhibit was a show I contributed to each year. 2020 did not go to plan for anyone, but we all had to relearn and this is the path for all artists, so I vaccinated and made the best of my free time. I contributed to several community art projects, usually with mural work. While Covid has definitely changed the community dynamic worldwide, it has also allowed me to prepare for multiple shows. Joining the great group of artists in Professional Artists of Central Texas (PACT) has kept me busy also. My first solo show in Texas happened in 2021 and was well visited, followed by a successful showing and sale at the prestigious Bosque Arts Classic for two years running. In 2022 I was part of a mentoring team for Artprenticeship, a local up-skilling program for students of the arts, which for me, established rewarding relationships with the next generation of local creatives. I am looking forward to where this amazing journey takes me next!