"Lynn is an artist of colour, vibrancy, and feeling"
Lynn is an international award-winning artist. Born in Montreal, raised in England, studied in France. Childhood summers were spent in Athens, Greece, where her grandfather was stationed as Canadian Ambassador.
For decades, Lynn exhibited in art shows. Her series Bistro & Marché of the World continues to be an ongoing success story.
Her art hangs on walls around the world. An original hang in the office of the Mayor of Toronto. Her work was featured twice on the back covers of Readers Digest.
Lynn teaches figure drawing to the animation students at Durham College.
Lynn has been accepted into the Arts-Sciences-Lettres de Paris, a prestigious academic society in France dedicated to the education and encouragement of the arts and sciences...Albert Schweitzer, Marie Curie, Yehudi Menuhin, and Jacques Cousteau are a few of their members. It began in 1915.
Her painting was displayed in le Salon des Beaux Arts 2016 @ the Carrousel de Louvre, Paris, France. Founded in 1855, it was created for the Impressionists to display their paintings. She returns to the show in 2017.
Lynn is starting a new series called Impressions of Europe, depicting scenes from her European travels.
"To paint in Provence is to change an artist forever" - Lynn
"Lynn, you have the ability to turn any painting into a party!"
Nine years formal art training:
Sheridan Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, Oakville, Ontario - Bachelor of Illustration - Honours -2012
Sheridan College of Applied Arts and Technology, Oakville, Ontario - Animation & Illustration
École des Beaux-Arts, Aix-en-Provence, France - Fine Arts
Banff School of Fine Arts, Banff, Alberta - Fine Arts
"You're an amazing teacher."
Durham College - Figure Drawing Instructor - Animation
Toronto Watercolour Society
Don Mills Art Association
Trafalgar Castle Girls School
The Station Gallery
Oshawa Art Association
Coburg Art Society
Kingston Art Guild
"Your work is addictive"
City of Toronto
Canadian Special Olympics
Sulky of America
Dining & The Arts
"You're a marvelous exception"
2012 Sheridan Alumni Award
City of Toronto Archives Award
North American Poster Award