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Jennifer Lynch M.F.A

Ms. Lynch received her M.F.A. in printmaking from Hunter College in New York City and B.F.A. from the Kansas City Art Institute. She has been the Master printer for Bob Blackburn's Printmaking Workshop and The Printmaking Center at the College of Santa Fe.

Her teaching experience spans ten years between positions at the College of Santa Fe and The University of New Mexico/Taos campus where she developed the program and designed the facility. Highly versed in various mediums of printmaking including: etching lithography, woodcut, and monotype. She was trained in traditional methods but has since investigated new technologies and safe and non-toxic processes and materials. Her approach to teaching stems from her professional work in the field; it begins with technique and exercises problem solving, and then advances to aesthetic process and intuition.

Ms. Lynch is an active painter and printmaker and exhibits regularly. Her most recent shows: Crystals, Gallery Neuartig in Los Angeles, Pressing the Limits at Golden West College, Huntington Beach CA, Taos Contemporary at the Center for Visual Arts, Denver and a group show at The New Art Center, in NYC. She will be having a Solo show at the New Art Center next March 2013.

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Artist Statement

The themes of my work are derived from natural phenomena and specific to particular settings. I am drawn to large natural environments where nature remains the primary force, creating the area's identity.  Here I begin searching for specific personalities of the place and how they affect me. I seek separate elements in the environment that share similar properties, distilling these parts to their common rhythmic denominators.  Color and pattern operate as metaphors for natural rhythms, providing a point of departure for the contemplation of our relationship to nature and creation.


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