Originally from Ohio and a graduate of Ohio State University, Lynn moved to Colorado in 1972 and finally to Pueblo in 1985. She and her husband Don have four grown children.
Since retiring to pursue art in 2003, Lynn has enhanced her artistic skills in many meaningful workshops and classes with nationally known artists. While an Occupational Therapist, Lynn conveyed her enthusiasm for art by introducing “Art Therapy” as a means of healing.
Lynn demonstrates her passion for art with her pastels. She focuses on accentuating the beauty of mankind and nature. She likes the immediacy, pure color, and ability to convey softness with pastels. Expression of emotion balanced with drawing skills and techniques using light, color and value are pivotal in her paintings. Uniqueness and variety are qualities exhibited in Lynn’s paintings.
Lynn’s goal is to achieve more luminosity in her life and in her artistic endeavors, hoping to convey the richness and depth of life and relationships in her artwork. She enjoys a variety of interests, thereby promoting her versatility in painting many subjects, including portraits, landscapes, and florals, as well as local and international scenes. She loves to travel and portray life in other cultures.
As a signature member of the juried Pike’s Peak Pastel Society, new member of Pike’s Peak Watercolor Society, and Associate member of the Pastel Society of America, Lynn has won many awards. The Latino Chamber of Commerce also chose her painti