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"Peripheral Vision: Lynda Lehmann"
2008-02-09 until 2008-03-06
Alfred Van Loen Gallery, South Huntington Library
Huntington Station, NY,
USA United States of America
Lynda Lehmann will show her recent paintings at the Alfred Van Loen Gallery at the South Huntington Library on Pigeon Hill Road, from February 9 until March 6. Lehmann comments, “Engaging my ‘Peripheral Vision' is my way of staying in touch with the wonder of childhood.” A brush with serious illness is equally inspiring. Lynda's paintings are colorful and active and for the most part, Abstract Expressionist in style. Lynda is a member of STAC, ALLI, and NAC, and has shown her work in numerous juried and solo shows on Long Island. Deborah Katz will be curating. Lynda Lehmann has been a Premiere Portfolio Artist at absolutearts.com since
Lynda Lehmann studied art education at Penn State and went on to earn her BFA from Hofstra University. She studied advertising art at Farmingdale College and textile design at the School of Visual Arts, then worked as a commercial artist before pursuing painting at the Art League of Long Island. Lynda recalls her love of nature as a child. “As an adult, I still delight in nature and love to photograph and write about the beauty I find there,” she says. “My life has been marked by what I consider to be a profound awe and joy of being. After I was treated for breast cancer five years ago, I decided to delve with full dedication into the creative bliss that has always sustained me,” she said. The exhibit will
View more of Lynda Lehmann's work in her Premiere Portfolio at absolutearts.com/portfolios/l/lyndalehmann.
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