Lou Lynn, RCA

Biography

Lou Lynn began exploring the sculptural potential of glass in the mid 1980’s and attributes her interest in the use of glass as a sculptural medium to the frequent periods of study she undertook at the Pilchuck Glass School, in Stanwood, Washington.  By 1990, she had expanded her exploration to include the integration of glass and metal, to explore the tension that exists between strength and fragility.

 

Ms. Lynn’s sculpture has been exhibited nationally and internationally and can be found in numerous public collections including: Canadian Museum of History; Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery; Claridge Collection; Foreign Affairs Canada – Berlin Embassy Collection; Glasmuseum – Denmark; Northlands Glass Centre – Scotland; Kamloops Public Art Gallery; Xerox of Canada Collection; Yunnan Hanrongxuan Art Museum – China; Montreal Museum of Fine Arts; Two Rivers Gallery - BC and the Corning Museum of Glass  - Corning, NY.

 

Lynn taught at the Kootenay School of the Arts for 14 years and has been a visiting artist and taught workshops at numerous institutions including:  Alberta College of Art & Design; Nova Scotia College of Art & Design University; Sheridan College of Art & Design; Tsinghua University Academy of Art & Design – China; Northlands Glass Centre - Scotland; Corning Museum of Glass Studio and the Pilchuck Glass School.

 

Ms. Lynn has been awarded grants from numerous arts organizations including: BC Arts Council; Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance; Vancouver Foundation; and the Canada Council for the Arts.  In 2006 she was the recipient of the Gerson Award for Excellence, Innovation & Leadership, from the Craft Council of BC.  She has been nominated for the Governor General’s Award - Saidye Bronfman Award and in 2010 was inducted into the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts (RCA).

 

Lou Lynn lives and maintains a studio in Winlaw, British Columbia.

Biography

BORN  Edmonton, AB.

  

EDUCATION

PART-TIME STUDIES

Pilchuck Glass School. Stanwood, WA. 1985, 1989, 1992, 1995, 1996, 2000, 2009

Honolulu Academy of Arts. Honolulu, HI.

Oregon College of Art & Craft. Portland, OR.

University of Alberta. Edmonton, AB.

  

COLLECTIONS

British Columbia Provincial Art Collection. Victoria, BC.

Bullseye Glass Company. Portland, OR.

Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery. Waterloo, ON.

Canadian Museum of History. Gatineau, QC.

Claridge Collection. Montréal, QC.

Corning Museum of Glass – Twentieth Century Glass. Corning, NY.

Foreign Affairs Canada – Berlin Embassy Collection, Berlin, Germany. 

Glasmuseum – International Collection of Modern Glass Art. Ebeltoft, Denmark.

Kamloops Public Art Gallery. Kamloops, BC.

Montréal Museum of Fine Arts.  Montréal, QC.

Northlands Creative Glass. Lybster, Scotland.

Tiberti Company Collection. Las Vegas, NV.

Two Rivers Gallery.  Prince George, BC.

Vancouver Centennial Museum – Canadian Craft Museum Collection. Vancouver, BC.      

Xerox Canada. Toronto, ON.

Yunnan Hanrongxuan Art Museum. Kunming, China.

  

AWARDS

BC Arts Council Grant. 1989, 1992, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2002, 2006, 2009, 2013, 2017

BC Glass Art Association Scholarship. 1995

Canadian Museums Association Grant. 1992

Canada Council Grant. 1983, 1985, 1998, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2012, 2015, 2016, 2018

Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance/Columbia Basin Trust Grant. 2001, 2006

Gerson Award for Excellence, Innovation & Leadership. Craft Council of British Columbia. 2006

Glass ’87 – Third Prize Award. Tokyo, Japan. 1987

Grace Cameron Rogers Scholarship.  Craft Council of British Columbia. 1985, 1989

Nominee.  Governor General’s Award - Saidye Bronfman Award.  2009, 2010, 2019

Pilchuck Glass School Scholarship. 1992, 1995, 1996, 2000, 2009

Royal Canadian Academy of Arts – Inducted. 2010

Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation Annual Award. 1992, 1994

Vancouver Foundation – Visual Arts Development Award. 2004

 

EXHIBITIONS – SOLO

2018      Gallery 2.  Grand Forks, BC.

2017      Two Rivers Gallery. Prince George, BC.

2016      Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery. Waterloo, ON.

2016      David Kaye Gallery. Toronto, ON.

2016      Touchstones Museum of Art & History. Nelson, BC.

2015      Centre MATERIA. Quebec City, PQ.

2013      Langham Gallery. Kaslo, BC.

2011      Okotoks Art Gallery. Okotoks, AB.

2010      Naniamo Museum Gallery. Naniamo, BC.

2009      Yukon Art Centre Public Art Gallery. Whitehorse, YK.

2009      Grand Forks Art Gallery. Grand Forks, BC.

2009      The Reach Gallery Museum. Abbotsford, BC.

2008      Touchstones Museum of Art & History. Nelson, BC.

2007      Evergreen Cultural Center. Coquitlam, BC.

2007      Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery. Waterloo, ON.

2007      Kootenay Public Art Gallery. Castlegar, BC.

2004      Material Matters. Toronto, ON.

1991      Grand Forks Art Gallery. Grand Forks, BC.

1990      Anne O'Brien Gallery. Washington, D.C.

1986      Cartwright Gallery. Vancouver, BC.

  

EXHIBITIONS – GROUP

2019       “Territories in Metal - 4 person show ”.  Art Gallery of Burlington. Burlington, ON.

2017      “Salt Spring National Art Prize – Finalist’s Exhibition”. Ganges, BC.

2017      “Canadian Craft Biennial”. Art Gallery of Burlington. Burlington, ON.

2013      “Materially Speaking”. Richmond Public Art Gallery. Richmond, BC

2013      “Metal Identities”. David Kaye Gallery. Toronto, ON.

2013      “Invested 40”. Pendulum Gallery. Vancouver, BC.

2013      “10,000 Hours.” Kootenay Public Art Gallery. Castlegar, BC.

2012      “The Last Glass Show”. Ontario Craft Council, Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery. Waterloo, ON.

2011-2010   “Glass Factor”. Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery. Waterloo, ON.

2010      “400 Years of Glass”. Galerie Elena Lee. Montréal, QC.

2010      “By Hand – Contemporary Craft from BC & Yukon”. Museum of Vancouver. Vancouver, BC.

2009      “Unity & Diversity”. Cheongju International Craft Biennale. Cheongju, Korea.

2007      “Cartographies – KSA Faculty Exhibition”. Touchstones Gallery. Nelson, BC.

2006      International Art & Craft Exhibition. Yunnan Provincal Museum. Kunming, China.

2006      “Looking Within – Reaching Out”. Red Deer College. Red Deer, AB.

2005      “Translucent/Transcendent”. Roundhouse Arts Centre. Vancouver, BC.

2004      “North of the Border”. Habatat Galleries. Royal Oak, MI.

2004       "How Do I Look?"  Kamloops Art Gallery.  Kamloops, BC.

2003      “5 + 5 Exhibition”. Kootenay Public Art Gallery. Castlegar, BC.

2003      “Faculty Exhibition”. Pilchuck Glass School. Stanwood, WA.

2002-2000   “7th International Travelling Sculpture Exhibition.” Hawaii; Taiwan and USA.

2001       “Faculty Exhibition”. Pilchuck Glass School. Stanwood, WA.

2001       “BC Festival of the Arts – Mentors Exhibition”. Fort St. John, BC.

2000       “KSA Faculty Exhibition”. Glacier Gallery. Nelson, BC.

2000       “Millenium Glass – Fahrenheit 2000”. Red Deer College. Red Deer, AB.

2000       “BC Festival of the Arts – Mentors Exhibition”. Glacier Gallery. Nelson, BC.

1999      “Faculty Exhibition”. Pilchuck Glass School. Stanwood, WA.

1999      “BC Festival of the Arts - Mentors Exhibition”. Fran Willis Gallery. Victoria, BC.

1998      “Faculty Exhibition”. Pilchuck Glass School. Stanwood, WA.

1997      “Breast Cancer”. Canadian Craft Museum. Vancouver, BC.

1997      “North of the Border”. Contemporary Art Gallery. Tucson, AZ.

1997      “Metal & Glass”. Canadian Craft Museum. Vancouver, BC.

1997      “KSA Faculty Exhibition”. Nelson Centennial Public Art Gallery. Nelson, BC.

1996      “Craft Forms for a New World”. Wing Luke Asian Art Museum. Seattle, WA.

1996      “La Biennale Canadienne Du Verre”. Marche Bonsecours. Montréal, QC.

1996      “Great Work”. Pedulum Gallery. Bank of Hong Kong. Vancouver, BC.

1995      Terminal-3 Exhibition. Toronto International Airport. Toronto, ON.

1994      “North American Glass”. Mill Gallery. Guilford, CT.

1994      “4th Canadian Glass Exhibition”. Rowles/Parham Gallery. Edmonton, AB.

1994      “KSA Faculty Exhibition”. National Exhibition Centre. Castlegar, BC.

1993      North American Sculpture Exhibition. Foothills Art Center. Golden, CO.

1993      Group show. Douglas Udell Gallery. Vancouver, BC.

1993      Claridge Collection. Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery. Waterloo, ON.

1992      “Treasury of Canadian Craft”. Canadian Craft Museum. Vancouver, BC.

1992      “Progressive Art Forms”. Garland Gallery. Santa Fe, NM.

1992      “International Glass”. Buschlen Mowatt Gallery. Vancouver, BC.

1992      “Sculptural Glass”. Bau-xi Gallery. Vancouver, BC.

1991      “Twelfth Anniversary Invitational”. Glass Art Gallery. Toronto, ON.

1991      “The Canadian Glass Exhibition”. Rowles/Parham Gallery. Edmonton, AB.

1990      “The International Exhibition of Glass Kanazawa ’90”. Kanazawa, Japan.

1990      “Glass ’90 Invitational”. Robert Kidd Gallery. Birmingham, MI.

1990      “Eleventh Anniversary Invitational”. Glass Art Gallery. Toronto, ON.

1990      “No Restrictions Applied”. Alberta Craft Council. Edmonton, AB.

1989      “Endeavour ’89”. Vancouver Art Gallery. Vancouver, BC.

1989      “Glass Invitational ’89”. Robert Kidd Gallery. Birmingham, MI.

1989      “Tenth Anniversary Exhibition”. Glass Art Gallery. Toronto, ON.

1989      “Canadian Glass”. MacKintosh Gallery. University of Western Ontario. London, ON.

1989      “BC Glass”. Art Gallery of Greater Victoria. Victoria, BC.

1988      “The International Exhibition of Glass Craft ’88”. Kanazawa, Japan.

1988       Two-person show. “Glass and Aluminum”. Cartwright Gallery. Vancouver, BC.

1988      “Ninth Anniversary Exhibition”. Glass Art Gallery. Toronto, ON.

1988      “Glass Invitational 1988”. Robert Kidd Gallery. Birmingham, MI.

1988      “Magnificent Magma Magnifique”. John B. Aird Gallery. Toronto, ON.

1988      “In Time”. Nelson Museum & National Exhibition Centre Castlegar, BC.

1988      “A Glass Act II”. Langley Centennial Museum. Langley, BC.

1988      Two-person show. Shelley Tadman Gallery. Winnipeg, MB.

1987      “International New Art Forms Exposition”. Navy Pier. Chicago, IL.

1987      “Glass ’87 in Japan”. Odakyu Grand Gallery. Tokyo, Japan.

1987      “6x6x6”. Grand Forks Art Gallery. Grand Forks, BC.

1987      Two-person show. Richmond Art Gallery. Richmond, BC.

1987      “Sculptural Glass ’87”. Del Mano Gallery. Los Angeles, CA.

1987      “Sculptural Glass”. North Park Gallery. Victoria, BC.

1987      “6x6x6”. Uncommon Objects Gallery, Harbourfront. Toronto, ON.

1987      Two-person show. Kelowna Art Gallery. Kelowna, BC.

1987      “Young Canadians IV”. The Glass Art Gallery. Toronto, ON.

1987      “Endeavour ’87”. Vancouver Art Gallery. Vancouver, BC.

1987      “6x6x6”. Beaver House Gallery. Edmonton, Alberta.

1986      Group show. Habitat Galleries. Lathrup Village, MI.

1986      “Endeavour ’86”. Vancouver Art Gallery. Vancouver, BC.

1986      Group show. The Glass Art Gallery. Toronto, ON.

1986      “A Glass Act”. Langley Centennial Museum. Langley, BC.

1986      “Images B.C”. Robson Square. Vancouver, BC.

1986      Two-person show. Grand Forks Art Gallery. Grand Forks, BC.

1986      “6x6x6: National Exhibition of Small Scale”. Cartwright Gallery. Vancouver, BC.

1986      “Images & Objects IV”. Prince George Art Gallery. Prince George, BC.

1986      “Kutenai Alchemical Works”. Langham Gallery. Kaslo, BC.

1986-1985   “A Show of Hands”. National touring exhibition.

1985      “Sculpture ’85”. Grand Forks Art Gallery. Grand Forks, BC.

1985      “Changes”. National Exhibition Centre. Castlegar, BC.

1984      “A Show of Hands ’84”. Grand Forks Art Gallery, Castlegar National Exhibition Centre, BC.

1982      “BC. Festival of the Arts”. Kamloops Art Gallery. Kamloops, BC.

1982      Group exhibition. Langham Gallery. Kaslo, BC.

1981      “Kootenay Crafts ’81”. Toured BC.

1980      Group exhibition. Langham Gallery. Kaslo, BC.

1976      “Kootenay Festival of the Arts”. Nelson, BC.

  

TEACHING / VISITING ARTIST - GLASS

2017      Visiting Artist. Two Rivers Art Gallery. Prince George, BC.

2016      Visiting Artist. Sheridan College of Art & Design. Oakville, ON.

2011      Visiting Artist. Nova Scotia College of Art & Design University. Halifax, NS.

2011      Visiting Artist. Alberta College of Art & Design. Calgary, AB.

2006      Teaching Assistant. Northlands Creative Glass. Lybster, Scotland.

2004      Visiting Artist. Academy of Art & Design, Tsinghua University. Beijing, China.

2003      Faculty. Pilchuck Glass School. Stanwood, WA.

2002      Faculty. Series – Red Deer College. Red Deer, AB.

2001      Faculty. Pilchuck Glass School. Stanwood, WA.

2000      Teaching Assistant. Series – Red Deer College. Red Deer, AB.

1999      Teaching Assistant. Pilchuck Glass School. Stanwood, WA.

1999      Teaching Assistant. Corning Museum of Glass Studio. Corning, NY.

1998      Teaching Assistant. Pilchuck Glass School. Stanwood, WA.

 

 TEACHING - PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES

2007-1994   Continuing Faculty. Kootenay School of the Arts at Selkirk College. Nelson, BC.

WORKSHOPS / GUEST LECTURES

2019-2008   Kootenay School of the Arts - Selkirk College. Nelson, BC.

2013      Craft Invested Conference. Craft Council of British Columbia. Vancouver, BC.

2013      Columbia Basin Craft Symposium. West Kootenay Regional Arts Council. Nelson, BC.

2012      Professional Development Conf. Craft Council of British Columbia. Vancouver, BC.

2011      Council of Yukon First Nations. Whitehorse, YK.

2009      Yukon First Nations 2010 Project. Council of Yukon First Nations. Whitehorse, YK.

2008      Yukon Tourism & Culture. Whitehorse, YK.

2007      “Opening Doors Conference”. Conseil des métiers d’art du Québec. Montréal, QC.

2006      International Art & Craft Forum and Exhibition. Kunming, China.

2006      Community Futures. Nelson, BC.

2006      Canadian Glass Conference. Red Deer College. Red Deer, AB.

2005      Espace VERRE / Centre des métiers du verre du Québec. Montréal, QC.

2005      Cape Breton Centre for Craft & Design. Sydney, NS.

2005      New Brunswick College of Craft & Design. Fredericton, NB.

2005      Alliance for Art & Culture. SEARCH Program. Vancouver, BC.

2005      Alternator Gallery of Contemporary Art. Kelowna, BC.

2005      Community Futures. Nelson, BC.

2004      Academy of Art & Design. Tsinghua University. Beijing, China.

2004      Crafts Association of British Columbia. Vancouver, BC and Nanaimo, BC.

2003      Cultural Human Resources Council. Vancouver, BC.

2004      West Kootenay Regional Arts Council. Nelson, BC.

2003      Nova Scotia College of Art & Design. Halifax, NS.

2003      Anna Templeton Center for the Arts. St. John’s, NF.

2003      Cultural Human Resources Council. Halifax, NS and St.John’s, NF.

2003      Newfoundland & Labrador Craft Council. St. John’s, NF.

2003      Canadian Craft Federation. Ottawa, ON.

2003      Ontario Craft Council. Toronto, ON.

2003      Glass Art Association of Canada. Toronto, ON.

2003      Yukon Tourism & Culture and Industry Canada. Whitehorse, YK.

2003      Community Futures. Nelson, BC.

2002      Capilano College. North Vancouver, BC.

2002      Community Futures. Nelson, BC.

2001      BC Festival of the Arts. Fort St. John, BC.

2001      Slocan Valley Arts Council. Slocan Park, BC.

2000      BC Festival of the Arts. Nelson, BC.

2000      3rd Aboriginal Art & Crafts Conference. Vancouver, BC.

2000      CARFAC. Art Gallery of the South Okanagan. Penticton, BC.

2000      Selkirk College. Kaslo, BC.

1999      Peepeekisis First Nation Arts Festival. Regina, SK.

1999      Community Futures/Revelstoke Skills Centre. Revelstoke, BC.

1999      BC Festival of the Arts. Victoria, BC.

1999      Kwakiutl Band Council. Port Hardy, BC.

1999      Community Futures. Cranbrook, BC.

1999      Capilano College. North Vancouver, BC.

1999      Queen Charlotte Island Community Stability Initiative. Masset, BC.

1999      Economic Development Conference. Christina Lake, BC.

1999      Queen Charlotte Island Community Stability Initiative. Skidegate, BC.

1998      Community Futures. Bella Coola, BC.

1998      Artspace. Sandspit, Haida Gwaii, BC.

1998      Community Futures. Masset, BC.

1998      Capilano College. North Vancouver, BC.

1998      Native Art & Craft Conference. Calgary, AB.

1998      BC Festival of the Arts. Prince George, BC.

1998      FEDNOR/Industry Canada. Thunder Bay, ON and Wickemikong, ON.

1998      Vanderhoof & District Chamber of Commerce. Vanderhoof, BC.

1998      2nd Aboriginal Art & Crafts Conference. Vancouver, BC.

1998      Wood Enterprise Centre. Quesnel, BC.

1997      Native Art & Craft Conference. Edmonton, AB.

1997      1st Aboriginal Art & Crafts Conference. Vancouver, BC.

1997      The First Peoples’ Cultural Foundation. Victoria, BC.

1997      BC Festival of the Arts. Powell River, BC.

1997      Nuu-chah-nulth Economic Development Corp. Port Alberni, BC.

1997      Northern Wood Forum. Williams Lake, BC.

1997      Mountain Arts Festival/Community Skills Centre. Revelstoke, BC.

1997      Indigenous Arts Service Organization. Victoria, BC.

1997      Kootenay WoodVine. Nelson, BC and Cranbrook, BC.

1997      Island Mountain Arts School. Wells, BC.

1997      Indigenous Arts Service Organization. Penticton, BC.

1997      Slocan Valley Arts Council. Silverton, BC.

1996      Malispina University College. Duncan, BC.

1996      Old Massett Band Council/Economic Development Corp. Haida Gwaii, BC.

1996      Island Mountain Arts School. Wells, BC.

1996      Indigenous Arts Service Organization. Penticton, BC.

1996      BC Festival of the Arts. Penticton, BC.

  

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2018       Artistic Assessor. Artists-in-Residence Program at Medalta. Dept. of Canadian Heritage.

2017      Artistic Assessor. Artists-in-Residence Program at Harbourfront Centre. Dept. of Canadian Heritage.

2017-2016   Advisory Committee. Canadian Craft Biennial. Art Gallery of Burlington. Burlington, ON.

2019-2014   Provincial Representative. Canadian Craft Federation.

2015      Moderator. Canadian Craft Federation Panel. SOFA. Chicago, IL.

2010      Co-curator. Council of Yukon First Nations – 2010 Olympics. Vancouver, BC.

2007      Consultant. “Opening Doors Conference”. Conseil des métiers d’art du Québec. Montréal, QC.

2005      Co-coordinator. Beyond Borders: Craft Marketing Conference. Fredericton, NB.

2003      Co-coordinator. Beyond Borders: Craft Marketing Conference. Nelson, BC.

2002-2000   Board member. Glass Art Association of Canada.

2000      Advisory Committee. “Art In A Box Series”. CBC-TV. Vancouver, BC.

2000-1994   Exhibition Director. Kootenay Value-Added Wood Forums. BC.

2000-1998   Consultant. Kootenay WoodVine. Winlaw, BC.

1998-1996   Co-executive Director. Kootenay WoodVine. Winlaw, BC.

1996      Consultant. Alberta Craft Council. Edmonton, AB.

1995-1994   President. Craft Council of British Columbia.

1995-1991   Provincial Representative. Canadian Craft Council.

1994-1993   Co-president. Craft Council of British Columbia.

1993-1983   Board member. Craft Council of British Columbia.

1991-1989   Board member. Kootenay Artists’ Marketing Association.

1987-1982   Coordinator/Board member. Kootenay Boundary Artisans’ Alliance.

1973      Established glass studio.

JURYING / CURATING

2016      Juror. Creative Saskatchewan – Creative Industries Production Grant. Regina, SK.

2015      Juror. BC Arts Council – Visual Arts & Functional Arts Scholarships. Victoria, BC

2013      Juror. Canada Council – Craft Grants. Ottawa, ON.

2010      Juror. Canada Council – Craft Grants. Ottawa, ON.

2010      Juror. Glass Association of Canada.

2008      Juror. RBC Award for Glass. Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery. Waterloo, ON.

2003      Juror. Canada Council – Craft Grants. Ottawa, ON.

2000      Juror. Vancouver Foundation – Visual Arts Award. Vancouver, BC.

2000      Juror. Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance Grants. Kaslo, BC.

1997      Juror. BC Arts Council – Project Assistance Grants. Victoria, BC.

1997      Juror. 100 x 100. Nelson Centennial Public Art Gallery. Nelson, BC.

1996      Juror. Pacific Coast Regional Juried Art Exhibition. Powell River, BC.

1996      Juror. Northwest Regional Juried Art Exhibition. Queen Charlotte City. Haida Gwaii, BC.

1996      Juror. Fraser Valley Regional Juried Art Exhibition. Maple Ridge, BC.

1996      Juror. Beyond Boards. Prince George, BC., Quesnel, BC., Campbell River,BC.

1996      Juror. Assembly of BC Arts Councils – Banff Scholarship. Vancouver, BC.

1996      Juror. Assembly of BC Arts Councils – Atlin Scholarship. Vancouver, BC.

1995      Co-curator. BC Provincial Art Collection – Kootenay Boundary Region. Nelson, BC.

1995      Juror. BC Festival of the Arts – “Images & Objects”. Kamloops, BC.

1995      Juror. Peace-Liard Regional Juried Art Exhibition. Dawson Creek, BC.

1995      Juror. East Kootenay-Columbia Regional Juried Art Exhibition. Golden, BC.

1995      Juror. North Fraser Regional Juried Art Exhibition. New Westminister, BC.

1995      Juror. Okanagan Mainline Regional Juried Art Exhibition. Sicamous, BC.

1995      Juror. Assembly of BC. Arts Council – Atlin Scholarship. Vancouver, BC.

1994      Juror. Dimensions ’94. Saskatchewan Craft Council. Saskatoon, SK.

1994      Curator/Director. Silverton Art Gallery. Silverton, BC.

1992      Curator. Fireworks. Grand Forks Public Art Gallery. Grand Forks, BC.

1992      Juror. Glass Art Association of Canada – Student Exhibition. Vancouver, BC.

1992      Juror. Valley Best. Silverton Art Gallery. Silverton, BC.

1992-1990   Curator/Director. West Kootenay National Exhibition Centre. Castlegar, BC.

 

 CATALOGUES

2019      Territories in Metal.  Art Gallery of Burlington. Burlington, ON.

2018       Envisioned / Revisioned.  Two Rivers Art Gallery.  Prince George, BC.

2017      Canadian Craft Biennial. Art Gallery of Burlington. Burlington, ON.

2017      Salt Spring National Art Prize. Ganges, BC. 

2010      Glass Factor. Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery. Waterloo, ON.

2010      By Hand. Museum of Vancouver. Vancouver, BC.

2009      Unity & Diversity. Cheongju International Craft Biennale. Cheongju, Korea.

2008      Retro-Active. Touchstones Museum & Art Gallery. Nelson, BC

2000      7th International Sculpture Exhibition. University of Hawaii. Honolulu, HI.

1996      Beyond The Rock Garden: Craft Forms For A New World. Seattle, WA.

1992      Treasury of Canadian Craft. Vancouver, BC.

1991      Claridge Collection. Montreal, QC.

1990      The International Exhibition of Glass Kanazawa ’90. Kanazawa, Japan.

1988      The International Exhibition of Glass Craft. Kanazawa, Japan.

1987      Glass ’87 in Japan. Tokyo, Japan.

 

BOOKS

2006      500 Glass Objects. Lark Books. Asheville, NC.

2004      Contemporary Glass Art of the World. Published in Beijing, China.

1996      Great Work: An Overview of Contemporary BC Artists. Vancouver, BC.

 

MEDIA

2019     Review. STUDIO: Craft & Design in Canada. Vol.14, No.2. Toronto, ON.

2019       American Craft Magazine. Tools. Vol.78. No.6. Dec./Jan. New York, NY

2017      GLASS: UrbanGlass Quarterly Hot Sheet. October 25.  New York, NY

2017      Review. Galleries West. October 8. Calgary, AB.

2016       GLASS: UrbanGlass Quarterly Hot Sheet.  Sept. New York, NY

2016      Video. Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery. Waterloo, ON.

2016      Interview. Daybreak – CBC Radio. June 4. Vancouver, BC.

2015      Video. Centre MATERIA. Québec City, PQ.

2015      Review. GLASS: Urban Glass Quarterly. Number 138. Spring. New York, NY.

2015      Review. STUDIO: Craft & Design in Canada. Vol.10, No.2. Toronto, ON.

2013      Review. Georgia Straight. May 21. Vancouver, BC.

2012      Northern Latitudes. GLASS: Urban Glass Quarterly. Number 127. Summer. New York, NY.

2011      Studio Magazine. Fall/Winter. Toronto, ON.

2010      Feature article. Cahiers metiers d′art – Craft Journal. Vol. 4 No. 1, Fall. Montréal, QC.

2010      Review. STUDIO: Craft & Design in Canada. Vol.5 No.1. Toronto, ON.

2009      Poetic Vision: Six Canadian Sculptors. Glass Art Society Journal. Seattle, WA.

2009      Feature article. Craft Arts International. Issue 77. Australia.

2009      Review. Galleries West. Vol.8, No.2, Summer 2009. Calgary, AB.

2008      Review. GLASS: Urban Glass Quarterly.  Number 110. Spring. New York, NY.

2007      Review. Georgia Straight.  Vol.41, Number 2078, Oct. 18-25. Vancouver, BC.

2006      Craft Contacts. Crafts Association of BC.  March Issue

2005      Craft Contacts. Crafts Association of BC.  Sept. Issue

2004      Contemporary Canadian Glass. Vol.4, No.58. Fall. Toronto, ON.

2004      Artichoke Magazine. Vol.16, No.3. Fall/Winter. Vancouver, BC.

2004      Review. Detroit Free Press. June 6. Detroit, MI.

2002      Review. The Maui News. December 22. Maui, HI.

1996      Glass Gazette. Fall. Toronto, ON.

1992      Who’s Who in Contemporary Glass Art. Germany.

1992      Glass Gazette. Summer. Toronto, ON.

1991      New Glass Review 12. Corning, NY/Dusseldorf, Germany.

1991      W magazine. Selkirk College. Castlegar, BC.

1989      West magazine – Globe & Mail. Vol.1., No. 3. Nov. 24, ′89. Vancouver/Toronto.

1989      Art Talk magazine, December. Scottsdale, AZ.

1988      New Work magazine, No. 34, Summer. New York, NY.

1988      Craft Focus 3. Ontario Craft, Vol. 13, No. 4. Toronto, ON.

1988      Stained Glass Quarterly, Vol. 83, No. 1. St. Louis, MO.

1987      Vancouver Sun, December 18. Vancouver, BC.

1987      New Work magazine, No. 29, Spring. New York, NY.

1984      Illustrated Directory of Crafts in BC. Published by the Crafts Assoc. of BC.

1983      Artisan. Published by the Kootenay Boundary Artisans’ Alliance. Nelson, BC.

1982      Glass Studio magazine, No. 36, Portland, OR.

1982      Arts BC, Vol. 7, No. 1. Victoria, BC.

1980      Arts BC, Vol. 5, No. 4. Victoria, BC.

1979      Glass Studio magazine, No. 8. Portland, OR.

 

PUBLISHED WRITING by L. LYNN

2004      Editor. Contemporary Glass Art of the World. (Published in Beijing, China)

2002      Writer/researcher. Marketing Guide for Fine Contemporary Craft in the U.S.

                (Published by DFAIT)

2001      Writer/researcher. Marketing Pacific Northwest Coast Native Arts & Crafts.

1999      Writer/researcher. Make it to Market: Marketing Opportunities for Craft.

1985      Co-author. Contemporary Stained Glass. (Published by Doubleday Canada)

 

PUBLIC COMMISSIONS

1993      BC Festival of the Arts. Trail, BC.

1986      City of Revelstoke, BC.

1986      BC Pavilion – Expo ’86. Vancouver, BC.

1986      Lake Okanagan Resort. Kelowna, BC.

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Canadian Artists Representation – CARFAC

Crafts Council of British Columbia

Glass Art Association of Canada

Glass Art Society

Royal Canadian Academy of Arts – RCA

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