Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Lynn Morgan

“Helping Hands” © Lynn Morgan

Name: Lynn Morgan
Bio: Lynn Morgan was born in Grosse Pointe, Michigan; the family moved to Florida when she was 13 years old and she has been there ever since. She took a Bachelor’s Degree in Education and a Masters Degree in Human Resources Management but after 35 years in corporate America, she retired to follow her particular rainbow. She studied art at Palm Beach State College, the Armory Art Center, and the Lighthouse Center for the Arts and has taken workshops with Robbie Laird, Barbara Nechis, Terri Ford and Margaret Dyer. Lynn worked in acrylic and watercolour until she discovered the richness and vibrancy of pastels. Her varied subject matter is inspired by her travels in the US, Europe and the South Pacific, and by her family.
Lynn is a member of the Pastel Society of America, National Association of Women Artists, Artists of Palm Beach County, Southwest Florida Pastel Society, Boca Raton Museum Artists' Guild and the North County Art Association.
Medium: Pastel. Lynn likes to work on UArt sanded paper, and on Clairefontaine Pastelmat.
Subjects: Figurative, landscape, portraits and some glassworks.
Style: Representational to impressionistic. Lynn lists here influences as Cezanne, Matisse, Bonnard, Bischoff (it’s not clear if it’s Elmer Bischoff, or Franz) and Linda Christensen.
Navigation: Links remain available on top of page. This is a well thought out Wordpress blog.
Gallery: Portfolio: Landscape; Figurative; Portrait. You may also view galleries that are classified in series: Figurative Works Gallery; Gallery Series; Mall Series; France Series; Portraits Gallery; Abstracts Gallery.
Image View: Thumbnails open on same page in a pop-up viewer, and may be saved. Paintings are well labelled. Helping Hands is 21x27 ins. 800 x 591, 74 KB.
Blog: Although the website is in Wordpress, there is a specific blog link: http://www.lynnmorgangallery.com/wordpress/blog/

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