Since 2007, Lynn has been focussing her artistic efforts on a study of anatomy and gesture through figurative bronze sculpture as well as life drawing. She is guided by a desire to express motion, emotion and levity through the still heaviness of the metal. Her body of work ranges from hand-held miniatures to mid-size pieces, and is now growing to include a focus on larger and life-size figures.
As a self taught artist, making her first sculptures in the sand on beach holidays, sculpting emerged organically for Lynn after a 20 year career in graphic design and photography. "Creating figurative work felt so natural from the first time I had the opportunity to work with clay on a trip to Mexico for my 40th birthday. Looking back, however, I see the influences that led me to this work. My years living in France, Montreal and Mexico exposed me to a rich tradition of figurative bronze sculpture, mostly in the form of public art. The monumental sculpture of the angel carrying away a dead soldier that is displayed in Vancouver’s Gastown was directly across the street from my grandfather’s barber shop when I was preschool aged. Much of the work I create even today has the flavour of the grace and lightness that I feel from that piece."
Water is a strong theme in Lynn's work. From dipping a toe in at the edge of a pool, to floating on the surface, to being fully submerged, a relationship between the figure and water seems to show up for her even when when it is unintentional. It speaks to her of a cool and heavy stillness that quiets the mind and body.
In Lynn's study of anatomy and motion, she strives for a gestural, underworked spontaneity. Often a single line or indentation in the clay can communicate mood and story in a way that can be lost by overworking. She currently works from her Studio/Gallery at 1350 Railspur Alley on Granville Island. Her sculptures can be seen both in private collections and galleries in Vancouver, BC, across North America and in Europe. She is a member of the Sculptors Society of BC as well as the Federation of Canadian Artists and she has been participating in various group and solo shows since 2009 (see below).
2019 / East Side Culture Crawl Participating Member, Vancouver
2019 / Kate Duncan's Address Vancouver
2019 / West of Main Art Walk, Roundhouse Gallery, Vancouver
2018 / East Side Culture Crawl Participating Member, Vancouver
2018 / Kate Duncan's Address The Settlement Building, Vancouver
2018 / PopUpArt - Granville Island, 6 week, 5 Artist show curated by Lynn Falconer
2018 / Parker Art Salon Participating Member, Vancouver
2017 / One of a Kind Christmas Show Enercare Center, Toronto
2017 / East Side Culture Crawl Participating Member, Vancouver
2017 / Parker Art Salon Participating Member, Vancouver
2017 / Kate Duncan's Address The Ellis Building, Vancouver
2016 / East Side Culture Crawl Participating Member, Vancouver
2016 / Kate Duncan's Address Waterfall Building, Vancouver
2016 / Parker Art Salon Participating Member, Vancouver
2015 / East Side Culture Crawl Participating Member, Vancouver
2015 / IDS West Design Show Vancouver Convention Centre
2015 / Parker Art Salon Participating Member, Vancouver
2014 / East Side Culture Crawl Participating Member, Vancouver
2013 / East Side Culture Crawl Participating Member, Vancouver
2013 / 'Reflection' - Buckland Southerst Gallery 2 Artist Show,
2012 / East Side Culture Crawl Participating Member, Vancouver
2012 / First Saturday Open Studios - Vancouver
2011 / SPLASH - Donating Artist - Preview Show at the Pendulum Gallery, Vancouver
2011 / SSBC Van Dusen Garden Show - Vancouver
2010 / SSBC Perspectives on Identity - International Village, Vancouver
2010 / Artists in Our Midst - Preview Show at The Roundhouse Gallery, Vancouver
2010 / SSBC Sculpture Exhibition - Place des Arts, Coquitlam
2009 / SPLASH - Donating Artist - Preview Show at the Pendulum Gallery, Vancouver
Design Milk - September 2018
Georgia Straight Online - November 2017
Creators Vancouver Blog - August 2015
Gild and Co Blog - August 2015
Vancouver Magazine - Eastside Culture Crawl, November 2014
Montecristo Magazine - Eastside Culture Crawl, article by Joshua McVeity, November, 2013
Inside Vancouver - Eastside Culture Crawl, article by Carrie Leslie, November, 2013
Artists of 1000 Parker Street - The Canada Line in Art, article by Janice Fairley, 2012
Vancouver Sun - Eastside Culture Crawl, article November 14, 2012
TravelCom - Eastside Culture Crawl, article November, 2012
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