Nationally recognized for her work in 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. In recent years she has consistently garnered top honors at the annual American Academy of Equine Art Fall Juried Exhibit; the Founders’ Award for best sculpture in 2018, the Sam Savitt Award for best depiction of the Horse in Movement in 2017, the Marilyn Newmark Memorial Award for sculpture in 2016 and the Leonard J Meiselman medal for sculpture in 2011. Limited editions are available in bronze, resin or (sometimes) ceramic. A Signature Member of the American Academy of Equine Art and Associate Member of the Society of Animal Artists, Lynn teaches sculpting workshops in her Boise studio.
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.