Lynne has been creating art since an early age and in January 2014 began self-employment as a professional artist.
Lynne has a 1st class degree in Philosophy and Psychology which informs her artwork, through the exploration of human experience and through questions about the nature of life.
She is an entirely self-taught artist using various media including pencil work, charcoal, pastels, the written word, photography and her main focus of painting.
She has been commissioned to paint representational portraits, animals, landscapes and commercial pieces.
She has recently completed a prestigious commission for AGE UK Mid Mersey for 3 pieces of artwork capturing the legacy of Mansion House in St Helens ; the charity’s residence. These works can be viewed on Lynne’s website.
Her art has been shown in various exhibitions across the UK and she has a growing international fan base and online presence.
Lynne’s personal focus and direction for the future is to explore the human condition through conceptual and abstract work.
Particular areas of interest are mental health, coping mechanisms, the boundaries between body and mind, emotional and physical pain and isolation.
She is always happy to provide further information about her work and can be contacted via various channels as below.
The passion for the visual lets roam his look- to illustrate the special - the other, to discover the unusual in the usual and to capture it with
his camera and then, in the next step, to work out the beauty, or to let emerge something new.
Walter Schönenbröcher photo art - is the combination of photography and post production at a high level.
He has mastered the craft of photography and application of digital image processing, and creates photographic art.
Official Biography and CV
Alessandra Lugli’s art can be classified as “figurative expressionism”. This new artistic dimension is very personal and identifiable only by
this artist, since her figurative expression is not classical in style but is accentuated by strong emotional values and exceptional depths.
The power of her strokes leads one towards perpetual maze of emotions which gives the public the opportunity to imagine a dialogue between the canvas and the artists' soul. There are many hues in the various touches of colour that give the work a unique depth. The beauty and strength of these colours constitute the beginning of a journey that Alessandra performs with passion, composing pictorial and iterative rhythms.
Her work presents an enchanted universe. The strokes in her work follow a personal contemplation and represent an uncertain artistic expression that gives the public the opportunity to enjoy the work and discover for themselves a strong intrinsic energy within it. Sometimes the artist’s brush strokes are almost expressive and rich of instinctive lighting implied by the colour. In each of her works, you can see a singular composition which also holds within it a “narrative”. In this way, a pictorial story is born which is fluid, it fluctuates and undulates between reality and fantasy.
In this way many artistic ideas are incorporated, each searching for their own balance, often vividly recalling the feminine world. Not only, the figures appear richly filled with subtle signs which highlight the artists talent, but which are unnecessary for an objective viewpoint. However the rhythms created are a “gift” allowing the spectator to interpret their own personal viewpoint and create their own personal artistic space.