Nature creates the most extraordinary yet simple patterns, some lasting for just brief periods of time, rarely seen before being altered and reworked by new forces. My photography preserves some of these natural designs, recording the intimacy of the discovery past the compositions sometimes brief existence. Each photograph commemorates the beauty in a simple observance that might otherwise have been passed by unnoticed.
Since very young photography has been of interest to me, even at
8 or 10 years old while taking "family" photos a few "natural
abstracts" would appear amidst the typical vacation shots.
In the 60's I worked in black and white with a 2 1/4 format camera,
developing negatives and prints in my own dark room. Later in the
70's I started exploring color photography but for the most part
my prints have remained in the square format.
has been an alfalfa farmer in Wyoming for the last 10 years, earlier
a graphic designer in Silicon Valley but since very young a photographer
of nature's wildlife and scenery. She has lived in the San Juan
Islands, WA; Ithaca, NY; Palo Alto, CA; Douglas, WY; and Grand Junction,
employment has included; photo journalist in Wounded Knee and for
Western Outdoor News; electrical and mechanical designer for Kirk-Meyer
and drafter for Smith Corona Typewriters; Scientific Navigator and
Illustrator for USGS; Technical Illustrator and Industrial Designer
for Hewlett Packard in the 60's and a Graphic Designer for emerging
tech companies in Silicon Valley during the '80s. She
has an AA in photography and
a BS in Graphic Design.
a fly fisherman, hiker, skier, hunter/gatherer, and enjoys exploring
the great outdoors. She has traveled extensively in the US and throughout
the backwoods of the world including Europe, England, Ireland, Africa,
Mongolia, China, Canada, Mexico, Baja and has been within the Arctic
Circle both by sled as well as working on a USGS research ship for
Recently her work was included in the Rocky Mountain Biennial 2004 Exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Fort Collins, CO and her work was selected through a Public Art
Opportunity for The City and County of Denver Convention Center Hotel. Three images were also added to a Corporate collection in Denver. Several of Lyn's images have won awards in State
exhibitions in Wyoming, Colorado and California including 2 Best of Shows and 4 First Places. Her photos have also have been used on a book cover and 3 front page photos for weekly newspapers
but her images have rarely been shown in galleries or offered for sale until now. All prints are in 100 print editions.
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