Lynne Windsor



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Black Cliffs 22 x 40 Oil/Linen

Early Morning Nr. Gordes 30 x 60 Oil/Linen

Wicken Fen Autumn 60 x 71 Oil/Linen

Fen Drayton Wetlands 30 x 30 Oil/Panel

Nr. Annie's 27 x 25 Oil/Panel

Elytra i 12 x 20 Etching sugarlift aquatint


For years I have been painting landscapes and have tried to push my responses to the environment that reflects my passion for the atmospheric qualities that weather creates.  Being out in the landscape itself is essential to my experience and recently I have been trying to respond more spontaneously,  enjoying the qualities of the paint.  This latest development, I believe is as a result of my MA in Printmaking. 
Whilst studying for my MA in Printmaking I spent many hours drawing in the study rooms at the Zoology museum in Cambridge, the Angela Marmont Centre in the Natural History Museum, London and at Cambridge University Botanic Gardens which resulted in my final project.
This work reflects my conflicted feelings inspired by the Victorian obsession with science and nature and their desire to harness and categorise it. Elements of capture and release whilst simultaneously enjoying the opportunity to observe in great detail have informed this body of work. I have played with scale, employing various intaglio techniques to create an installation of beetles escaping from their entomological cases back to the environment, whilst simultaneously playing with microscopic elements which would not be possible without their capture.


Born in Lincolnshire, Lynne studied at Loughborough College of Art, obtained a BA Hons at Middlesex University and later qualified as a teacher of art. She lived and worked as an artist in Santa Fe, New Mexico for 18 years and continues to exhibit in Boston, Santa Fe and annually at the Albuquerque Museum of Fine Art and the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma. Lynne returned to the UK in 2009 and has exhibited at the Affordable Art Fair with Woodbine Contemporary Art, the Blackheath Gallery, London, R.K. Burt Gallery, London and her work was accepted into the ‘Bite’ exhibition at the Mall Galleries in 2012 and Pushing Print invitational in 2013.
She recently completed an MA in Printmaking at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge and graduated with Distinction.


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