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Past Collections and Archive:
The artwork presented below is a collection of selected past works spanning the past 10 years. Lyn uses a variety of techniques and mediums, from printmaking, photography, book arts and installations. Scroll down to see the assortment, and click on the thumbnails to see each collection. If you're looking for the current gallery, click here.

Click an image below to see all artwork in the series.

 
Installations and Collaborations:
Installations and collaborations are an important componet of the art created during the Global Fusion project. By collaborating with local artists, Lyn was able to engage deeply and create together in an effort to engage in cross cultural communication. The resulting artwork is a testiment to the shared efforts of working together with several talented artist to create something that speaks to the experience.

They Know
with J. LeCoutler, Switzerland
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911 Prayer Flag
installation at Namtso Lake, Tibet
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Art Across Oceans
with students from CAFA, China
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Connections
with students from NID and Srishti, India
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Magic Garden Cube
with N. Sabnani, NID India
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Photography:
Image making was a daily ritual during Global Fusion. Below is a small collection of favorite images.

Places
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Reflections XXIII
Faces
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Collage and Book Arts:
Lyn produced a series of collages and handmade books made from the everyday materials she found around her.

Collage and Books
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Mixed Media and Lenticular Art:
Lyn's luminescent prints and mixed media transfers are one-of-a-kind originals and are totally unique, each a hand-pulled monoprint original. The process results in artwork that exhibits unique qualities and imperfections, which gives the image it's own personality. Lenticular images exhibit properties of depth, motion or morphing. They appears to recede or come forward in space as the viewer interacts with it, creating an illusion that pushes the two-dimensional image beyond its physical boundaries. Lyn enjoys creating artwork that causes the viewer to "dance", bobbing back and forth to catch the sparkle or the optical illusion. Each work is hand finished, signed and numbered by the artist and comes with a signed certificate of authenticity.

Close to Home
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Luminescent Monoprints
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Oaks in RGB
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Lenticulars
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Tech Series
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Print Editions:
Lyn works with master printmakers to craft her Iris Fine Art Prints and has studied the craft under them in order to learn the art of digital printmaking. Both the Iris Prints and the Pigment Prints Lyn pulls herself are limited to small editions and use only the finest archival inks and papers. The final pieces are original works and are not reproductions of work completed in another medium. Each print is hand finished, signed and numbered by the artist and comes with a signed certificate of authenticity.

On the Road in China
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Man
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A Veil in Time
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Gestures
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Feng Shui
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Soulscapes
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