Lyn trained at Sunderland Collage of Fine Art in the 60’s. She now lives and works from her home in the Lake District. She has exhibited in galleries both national and international, notable examples include: Pittenweem Arts Festival, Edinburgh, London Mall Galleries, IWS Fabriano Slovenia and Italy. Her art work is also held in private collections in America, Italy, Switzerland, France, Germany and the UK.
“I’m strongly influenced by light, particularly low morning and evening, also the seasons particularly Autumn and Winter. I prefer to paint en plein air, I have been known to sit happily on a plastic bag in the snow to capture it’s beauty.
My pastels are impressionistic; I adore their immediacy and the chance to select a colour that is not always obvious. I use Unison, Ludwig and Henri Roché on sanded paper.
In recent years I have started to explore abstract landscape, primarily using watercolour. I love that I’m not always in control; trust watercolour to do what it does best. I use exclusively Danial Smith pigments for their depth of colour and nonfading qualities.
My influences are Edward Seago, Arthur Melville and Chien Chung Wei.”