|Lynda Lehmann||Biography: NEWS: I will be having a large solo show of abstract paintings at the Alfred Van Loen Gallery in S. Huntington, New York, in February, 2008...I have an image accepted into "The Art of Digital Imagery," the Center for Fine Art Photography show in Fort Collins, CO, in June, 2007. Only 50 photographers out of 300 had their work accepted. The show will also be online at the C4FAP website, which I will post...I have four paintings in Art Addiction's Medial 2. Art Biennial online show, and will post the link when the exhibit is posted...The jury of the FLORENCE BIENNALE has invited me to show my work at the December, 2007 event in Florence...Don Archer of MOCA has posted some of my images in a Guest Gallery. The Museum of Computer Art is "a nonprofit educational corporation chartered by the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York," and is one of the most respected computer art museums on the Web...Read what Chris Dunmire, publisher of "Creativity Portal," has to say about my art and writing, on my "About" page at lyndalehmann.com...You can read my thoughts on the creative process in articles at Creativity Portal. Links to these and to my other sites are on my page at www.lyndalehmann.com...My article "Art and Power" was also published in a catalogue for a large art exhibition in India, as well as at the Painter's Keys website...You can see some of my work and the work of other WWAO artists at the award-winning Phoophie Tales website, a delightful site designed by KC Bauder, with scary stories and games for children.
Even as a child, I reveled in the beauty of nature. As an adult, I realize that my love of beauty has inspired my life. I celebrate the “ubiquitous beauties of the world” in my art.
Art is a visual syntax with its own imperatives. I enjoy contemplating where my eye enters a piece, how it moves through the composition, experiencing the structure and nuances as one would savor a sentence that is poetically wrought.
The richness and mystery of life have intrigued me since I was a child living in the Pennsylvania countryside. I found fascination in the sensuous beauty of the forests and rolling hills. My childlike kinesthetic sense eventually developed into an appreciation of form. Playing in the shadows under the sweet fronds of a cornfield, climbing trees as imposing as cathedrals, and wading through shimmering streams--all evoked the same pleasure as exploring a favorite playground. Through these early encounters with na... to see complete biography, click on artist's name Country: USA Birthyear: 1950 Galleries: Period Gallery, Fore Street Gallery, Local Spirit Gallery, Heckscher Museum, Northport Historical Society and Museum, Alfred Van Loen Gallery, Unitarian Universalist Fellowsip of Huntington Gallery, Smithtown Township Arts Council Gallery, accepted to Spring Salon, Limner Gallery, MOCA Guest Gallery, local institutions. I have been invited by the jury committee to show my work in the December, 2007 Florence Biennale International Artist's Exhibition. Awards: Special Recognition Awards, Period Gallery. Media: acrylic, Watercolor, Acrylic, Digital Photography, Digital Painting Style: abstract, Expressionistic, mystical, and symbolic. Subjects: light and color, Non-objective and abstract works, nature photography|