"Painting abstractly connects me to an intuitive, emergent source. A visual language of personal and archetypal images will appear bridging the inner and outer worlds. I rely on my heart, body, and instincts to guide me."
American painter, Lynn Letourneau has exhibited in major art fairs, museums, galleries, and publications here in the USA as well as throughout Argentina and Italy. She is presently a juried member of the Women Painters West in Los Angeles and the Santa Barbara Abstract Art Collective, Santa Barbara, CA.
In 2020, Lynn was represented by Expression Art Gallery, Dana Point, CA and in 2019-20 with Gallery NYA and Gallery 104, NYC, NY. In 2018-19, Lynn Letourneau was a member of the LagunaART.com Gallery and Art Studios in Laguna Beach and participated in the monthly Laguna Beach Art Walk.
Lynn has received the 2018 Art Tour International Top 60 Masters Award. The theme was "Create for Peace" and there was a ceremony at the Museum of Art and Design, NYC. and an exhibit at the Rio Gallery, NYC. as well. They also included Ms. Letourneau for the Best of International Arts shown digitally at the New York Art Expo. Her art was displayed on their TV station plus in the Art-Tour Magazine.
Represented by Studio 26, Lynn Letourneau showed her paintings at the LA Art Show 2014, the Art Expo NY and the Affordable Art Fair and with Studio 26 Gallery, Brooklyn, NYC.
Lynn was represented by Trevisan, an international art community shown in galleries, museums, and catalogs. Her artwork has been selected for several publications published by Circle Arts Spotlight magazine Vol. 17, World Wide Art Books, Trevisan International, a Swiss magazine RivierArt and Studio Visit magazine Vol 35.
For 17 years, Lynn Letourneau was active in the central coast art community showing her art in galleries, art fairs, and art competitions. Her paintings continue to be selected to raise funds for the Santa Barbara Art Museum in the "Off the Wall" art auction. and for the Ridley-Tree Museum, Santa Barbara, CA., 5x5 art fundraiser. She was a juried member of the Santa Barbara Art Association. Ms. Letourneau was an affiliate of Bell Arts Factory, Ventura, CA where she had a studio for 8 years. Monthly, Lynn participated in the Open Studios plus the yearly Ventura Artwalk.
Lynn Letourneau taught various Creativity classes, Create Inside Out, at the Bell Arts Factory and intends to continue teaching near her new home in Laguna Woods, CA. She wishes to share what she has learned with her community so they too can discover a sense of creative freedom. Her work can be found in galleries along the California Coast and is enjoyed by many collectors.
1967-68 Arts Students League, NYC
1968-69 Boston Museum School of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
1983-84 Antioch University West, B.A Psychology + Hindu Studies
1990-94 Fort Mason, SF, CA Figurative Sculpture
2004-07 Adult Ed, Santa Barbara City College, CA
2008 Atelier 809, Jill Sattler, Abstract Painting
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