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This work is part of my hard edge series. It is a mixed media collage on canvas The collage emerged as I manipulated the materials, which is the way I usually work. The color and materials are the inspiration. and I usually include some three dimensional feature, in this case, the square. The coral colored foil and the coral "fallen leaves" are a counterpoint to the the neutrals in the rest of the collage. To me, the painting looks sophistocated and fits well in modern decor. The work is wired and ready for hanging.
Collage:Canvas on Canvas
Size:20 W x 16 H x 2 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Box
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
LYNN BEVERLY SCHWARTZ BIO For her 12th birthday Lynn received a set of oil paints, a smock and a beret from her mother. He first oil painting won first place in a show and that was the start of a life-long passion and career in art. Lynn went on to earn a Masters Degree in art, to teach art in high school for a number of years and Art For Teachers at the college level. She worked in many media including painting, sculpture, pottery, jewelry, house, landscape and interior design. She designed her own home, (later sold it to an architect), which was shown on several home tours. and she received an award from her neighborhood for its landscape design. (117 words) At midlife Lynn earned a Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Counseling, a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology and taught classes in Personal Development and in Personal Relations. She also did research and writing for the Human Development Training Institute. While conducting a private practice in Relationship Counseling she pioneered workshops in Grief Recovery. Lynn was listed in the 1963/64 Issue of Who’s Who Among San Diego Women, the Power Source. (287 words) Upon retirement, Lynn returned to painting; experimenting with mixed media, and multi level paintings. Her work is unique, modern, abstract, textural, deeply meaningful, inspired by nature and informed by her multi-dimensional background. She uses materials such as melted metal from a burned down house, sand, leather, fabric, driftwood, etc. She was an Associate Artist of the Museum of the Living Artist in San Diego where she regularly exhibited and sold her jewelry.and she won a Juror’s Choice Award for one of her sculptures. She now lives in Santa Rosa and is a member of the Artists’ Roundtable, the Oakmont Art Association,and the Sebastapol and Healdsburg Centers for the Arts. She has exhibited widely and her work is in many private collections. (398 words)
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