Nationally recognized for her work in photo-realistic mixed media, ceramic and bronze sculpture, Lynn’s sculptures have graced the covers of magazines The Chronicle of the Horse and The Hobby Horse News and are included in private collections throughout the United States, Europe and Australia.
Lynn’s fascination with horses, their place in history and art have encouraged her to lead international outreach and learning projects; she is a founding member of the Realistic Equine Sculpture Society. She has taught equine sculpture at the Boise Art Museum and has conducted her “Wire to Whinny” workshop in locations around the country.
The horse treads patiently through history and has held my fascination since childhood. I must understand function to express form, history to understand today.
The creative process is a joyous way to learn more about both.
Strength through structure, music in movement, ideas without words – horses free people to dream.