From the age of 13 Lynn knew her destiny was in the arts. What kind of artist would not be clear until she took her first pottery class and graduated with a degree in Ceramics from the Kansas City Art Institute.
Lynn remained in Kansas City and built her pottery studio in a historic urban neighborhood ( Thomas Hart Benton was a neighbor!)
and began spinning cups, teapots, bowls and sets of dishes for her local community.
That scope expanded as she began showing her work on a national level at various craft shows such as the Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show. Her work is included in collections as far away as Australia and China.
Eight years ago Lynn relocated to Dallas and began forming friendships with a group of artists that travel the metroplex on a weekly basis in search of all types of intriguing situations. This weekly journey is a nice balance to the isolation a self-employed studio potter experiences.
Lynn’s pottery surfaces have always been a canvas for color and imagery so the transition to paper has a familiar element to it but very little heavy lifting required!
Studio 144/141 14001 Bldg.