Jennifer Lynch: Continuum
October 8 - October 23, 2021
Jennifer Lynch's new work is a continuation of her interest in color and the nature of light; the paintings and prints are stunningly beautiful and profoundly visceral.
Lynch's paintings and prints are inspired by our ability to perceive nature and the cosmos; from the delicate molecular imagery of crystalline structures, to our telescopic deep views into space.
“The miniscule, microscopic and the macroscopic dynamics of natural forces drive me…. Color and pattern are my metaphors for natural rhythms and nature’s underlying mysteries.” – Jennifer Lynch
Jennifer Lynch received her MFA in printmaking from Hunter College in New York City and BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute. Highly versed in various mediums of printmaking, including etching, lithography, woodcut, and monotype, she specializes in photopolymer viscosity etching. A Taos resident for many years, Lynch recently moved to Santa Fe where she established her painting and printmaking studio. Over her 30-year career, she has exhibited extensively in galleries and museum venues nationwide. Lynch is also owner and master printmaker of Lynch Pin Press, and adjunct professor in the printmaking and painting departments of Santa Fe Community College.