I paint the sense of place. I paint intuitively. I witness theatre in the skies every day as I walk my dog: clouds rolling in from the Atlantic wild and heavy. The sea gate-crashing our shores and the sun kissing rain or dripping gold over fields.
Each season offers a new treat: icy silence on a Winter's morning, the sun raking across Spring's gentle murmurs then Summer's haze, the prelude to Autumn's dying wake.
When I paint I try to capture the energy I feel in nature. I use clear colours, a simple palette and I search for hues to describe what I see in my mind. I use bold marks and weave elements of a story together on my canvas. Sometimes elements can be from different times, different seasons, different places and they share the story of my painting. Spring with Summer, ripe corn with Spring's froth.
I paint intuitively. I paint the sense of place.
A published photographer and artist Lynn draws on her photographic experience and love of landscapes, big skies and our stunning coastline to illustrate her view of the UK.
Lynn Is mostly self taught but has worked under:
Louise Balaam NEAC RWA
Sarah Spencer RAS NEAC
Paul Newland NEAC RWS
Alice Mumford St Ives School of Art
Eric Ward St Ives School of Art
The fragility and beauty of nature a common theme; either drawing from life or piecing together memories and sketches to create a different view.
Lynn's style is expressive with bold use of colour using brush, knife and hands. She currently favours acrylics and oils.
Lynn, born to Scottish parents now lives and works in Wiltshire and London, UK
Pre-selected Royal Society of Marine Artists Annual Exhibition
2016 Mall Galleries
Sailing at Seasalter
The Sky over Whitstable
2015 Pre-selected Royal West Academy Open Art Exhibition
Fishing boats at Newlyn Harbour
2014 Pre-selected Royal West Academy open Art Exhibition
An uncomfortable affair
Teaching the World to sing (the Wildlings collection)
Lynn’s work can be found in private collections in London, Wales, Wiltshire, Spain and Vancouver