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Artist Lynn Brown's Biography

Posted by Michelle on 6/2/2014 to Quilting

Lynn Brown was born in Texas, was raised in Arizona, and now is back living in Texas. Her love of horses and the western lifestyle were influenced by going to rodeos with her father. Marrying into a ranching family continued to expand her interest with the working cowboy. Lynn’s extensive portfolio portrays everything from old-time rodeo cowgirls to the day-to-day life of the working cowboy. 

 She mainly works with water color and oil paints to express herself regarding the working cowboy, the horse and old rodeo cowgirls. The Lynn Brown‘s original water color artwork is now reproduce on fabric sheets. In addition her artwork has been reproduced by Montana Silversmiths on jewelry, dishes and home products. 

 Lynn’s art has been exhibited throughout the western United States. She has recently had exhibits of her art at “Trappings of the American West”, The American Quarter Horse Association Hall of Fame Museum’s “America’s Horse in Art and the “Phippen Museum’s Miniature Master pieces Art Show”. Her art work Has been chosen to be represented in many events including the Santa Clarita Cowboy Poetry and Music Festival, Prescott, AZ and “A Tribute to Chris Ledoux” Art Show and Rodeo, Kaycee,WY. In addition, Lynn’s was included in The Dry Creek Arts Fellowship, “Beyond the 98th Meridian” traveling exhibit that was featured in the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, UT. 

Lynn will be one of the featured artists at the “Home on the Range” in Wickenburg, AZ. This will be the first year for the event which will celebrate and pay tribute to women who have lived and worked on the ranches of Arizona and neighboring states. The gathering will include such areas of expertise as; poetry, music, artists, writers, quilters, cooks, oral historians. There will also be panel discussions, demonstrations and exhibits, along with western related retail booths. 

 “I believe that art should bring pleasure to the viewer, to capture a moment in time with Paint. Scenes and scenery change, people change, times change, bur art can hold you always there as you remember it or wish to…” Lynn Brown.     

Lynn has been a joy to work with over the years. We are so excited that Lynn has recently share with us images of her past artwork. They are now featured on our web-site for you to enjoy and add to your collection of quilts, wall-hangings or pillows.



Gloria tucker
Date: 3/26/2017
Does she do Arizona landscapes. Love the cowgirl and cowboy panels

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