Lindsay Kilminster has followed in the footsteps of his grandfather John Love, a watercolour artist who founded the Adelaide Arts Society in March of 1952. Lindsay started painting when he was 10 years old, studying both oil and watercolour.


Lindsay specialises in fine art paintings, using oils as his preferred medium due to their vibrant colours and durability. He paints a wide variety of subjects including landscapes, seascapes, flora, fauna, portraits. motorcars, motorcycles and boats. Since his retirement in 2013, Lindsay and his partner Anne have been travelling around Australia in their motorhome, often venturing into roads less travelled and capturing on canvas the grandeur of the Australian outback with its vivid colours and changing moods throughout the seasons. Lindsay paints both plein air and in his garden studio from photographs he has taken. Of particular interest are cloud formations, water reflection and wildlife, especially seagulls, pelicans and cockatoos.


Lindsay has entered paintings in various art exhibitions.He received a certificate of merit (Oil Section) at the Royal Adelaide Show in 2012 for his painting “Tomatoes” He also does commission work. Lindsay is represented by the Glenelg Art Gallery in Glenelg and the ASSP Gallery in Port Adelaide.


Lindsay is also a picture framer and all his paintings are professionally framed.