F I N E  A R T

LYNN FRINK

Prince Street Gallery Show,  2017

Chelsea, NYC

My beloved grandsons

CAFA Show at Mystic Museum of Art

2017

2018 Regional Show

Mystic Museum of Art

2020 Members Show

Mystic Museum of Art

Artist's Statement


My canvases focus on colors, shapes, textures and moods---evolving as semi-abstracted figures, still lifes or non-representational art.  I am in continual dialogue with each piece, hanging the art on a wall to view and study and muse over for weeks, before returning to the easel, recreating.  Thoughtful brush strokes dominate my creations; spontaneous strokes imbue its spirit.  At times, I work from observation or from an image discovered in a newspaper or journal.  Other times, I begin a canvas by painting in shapes, objects, and lines---mindful of color and rhythm and composition. 

My intention as an artist is to create aesthetically pleasing and meaningful work through deliberation and experimentation.



Biography


Upon retiring from teaching, Lynn studied at Lyme Academy of Fine Arts in Old Lyme, Connecticut.

Also, she studied with local artists in Mystic and Guilford, Connecticut. 

Her art has been accepted at numerous juried shows in Connecticut:  Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA), The Slater Memorial Museum, The Guilford Arts Center, Lyme Academy of Fine Arts, Mystic Museum of Arts, New Haven Paint and Clay, Essex Art Association, Lyme Art Association, Six Summit Gallery and Zahn Gallery.

Her work has been honored at Mystic Museum of Art, Essex Art Association, Six Summit Gallery and Guilford Arts Center.

In 2016, she had a solo exhibit at Alexey von Schlippe Gallery at the University of Connecticut, Avery Point Campus, Groton, Conn.

In July 2017, Lynn showed in Prince Street Gallery 9th National Juried Exhibition in New York City.

In June, 2018, under the title Pentimento 7, Lynn and six artists exhibited at Avondale Gallery, Westerly, RI.

Lynn was selected as a finalist in the Greenwich-Westchester International ArtFair Competition 2018.


At Mystic Museum of Art's 2020 Elected Artists and Members Exhibit, she received Elected Artist Overall Excellence Award for her oil, "Black Raspberry and Greens."



Lynn holds a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies from Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT and a Bachelor of Arts in English from Eastern Connecticut State University.  For most of her teaching career, she taught English at Robert E. Fitch High School, Groton, CT integrating art with literature and writing.

She lives with her husband in Noank, Connecticut.