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Art can be a valuable investment, but it’s important to remember that the true value of a piece is subjective and ultimately determined by your own personal connection to it.
Lynne’s pieces do not attempt to represent an exact, figurative image or a specific visual reality, but with the use of shapes, colors and gestural marks she manages to singularize each work with a specific and different atmosphere.
These works of art depict inanimate objects from the natural world or those that were created by man, such as fruits, flowers, dead game and/or vessels such as baskets or bowls. Looked at another way: still lifes represent things that are “still” and do not move.
large graphic prints are usually 24 inches or wider. They can be done on various mediums, such as paper, canvas, metal, and glass. Large acrylic prints are even becoming more popular with art collectors.
Mardi Gras is a Christian holiday and popular cultural phenomenon that dates back thousands of years to pagan spring and fertility rites. Also known as Carnival or Carnaval, it’s celebrated in many countries around the world—mainly those with large Roman Catholic populations—on the day before the religious season of Lent begins.
The artistic representation of these urban landscapes have been shaped by Lynne’s fond memories or because that landscape was too special, in all the techniques of expression such as painting and drawing, Lynne represents each of the physical aspects of the cities or urban areas that marked an important moment in the life of the artist.
Although the horse is a popular subject in the history of art. Lynne’s horses represent the vigorous spirit and driving force of life, which in turn becomes a sign of the ruling class and above all its majesty.