Lindsay Hendricks received a BFA in Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing from the University of North Texas in 2006. She was also selected by the University of Georgia to participate in a Study Abroad Program for the Arts in Cortona, Italy. In Italy, she had the opportunity to develop my skills in the craft of jewelry and methods of casting. Her time in Italy is still a large source of inspiration that exists in my designs today.
In addition to being a studio jewelry artist living and working in South Austin, she is an instructor at Creative Side Jewelry Academy of Austin, TX and the founder of Lunetta Jewelry Outreach Program for teens. She teaches teens basic metalsmithing skills, which enable them to create personalized jewelry and encourage individual and creative expression. The program also focuses on the teens "using their talent for a good cause" by conducting projects that benefit local shelters.
Lindsay Hendricks Jewelry has been featured in multiple jewelry galleries, most recently including The Studio of Brooklyn, NY, Gallery Black Lagoon of Austin, Kathleen Sommers of San Antonio, and Equinox Gallery. She was also the Resident Artist of Equinox Gallery in 2012 under the wing of metalsmith Alejandro Sifuentes.
She has been a featured jewelry artist for Austin Shines Design Competition of Eliza Page, Accessories Finalist of the RAW organization, included in an online gallery for Art Jewelry Magazine, and a featured designer of international blogs such as The Jewelry Observer and the Carrot Box.