"I've loved art since I was a kid spending all my allowance on art and craft supplies. When I was a teenager, I sketched and painted portraits of everyone in the family who would sit for me.
At Cooper Union in NYC, I studied life drawing and two and three-dimensional design, but I also fell in love with the abstract expressionist painters I saw in the galleries downtown. My own art became more abstract until I found a way to express myself through gesture and improvisation.
Each new blank canvas is a challenge and an adventure. I paint standing up at an easel, listening to music, responding spontaneously to the image in front of me. I'm in love with color, form and movement--exploring new paths for the eye to take as it sweeps the emerging composition."
Lynne’s dynamic paintings have been exhibited widely in galleries and museums, and her work is collected by individuals and institutions throughout the world. She paints in her home studio in Ithaca, NY.