Lynn Webster -
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About Me

Lynn Webster


The presence of place has touched artists from cave painters to earthworks artists. I am no exception. I recently moved from the arid desert of Idaho to the lush humidity of Florida. The contours of the south Florida landscape now permeate my being in the same way that the mountains and desert of Idaho did. The word “desert” like the word “swamp” conjures images of inhospitable places. These places have great appeal to me as they offer a subtle beauty that is often overlooked. My art reflects this  through a variety of media within the realm of handmade books and prints.


My Abilities:

  • Extensive teaching experience in formal and informal settings

  • Ability to involve learners and to explain complex as well as basic concepts and processes

  • Commitment to teaching not only the mechanics of art but also the understanding of art.

  • Commitment to both private and public, spiritual and socio-political, purposes of art.




  • MFA Painting & Printmaking Northwestern University
  • Grafik Skol Printmaking Royal Academy of Art, Stockholm
  • BFA Art (Minor: Art History) The School of the Art Institute of Chicago

National Exhibitions:

  • Border to Border National Drawing Exhibition
  • Stockton National Print and Drawing Exhibition
  • Handmade Paper/Handmade Books
  • Waukesha National Print/Drawing Exhibition
  • Rutgers National Drawing Exhibition

Courses taught at the college level:

  • Studio Courses including drawing (beginning & advanced), two dimensional design, printmaking, papermaking, Advanced Studies in Art (individual studio projects).

  • Art History: Renaissance to Realism and Native American Art

  • Introduction to Writing


New Works

A link to my 2019 residency:                                                     My ongoing interest in combining words and images has lead me to the purchase of an antique letterpress.  This allows me combine text with marbled paper, monoprints, relief and intaglio prints.


For a long time my work has been exploring ideas of home and place.  We come into this life with a longing for home. As babies our cord is cut and recollections of that space disolve into the physicality of our mother's arms. As our vision expands we grow to love the structures around us-dwellings of brick or mud or thatch. They offer physical and pscyological shelter.


My work reflects some of my many layers of response to issues around home. How do structures and creatures co-exist?  What happens when we have no home physical or psychological home?


I hope that my work inspires discussion.  Below is a link to a 2019 KBSU radio interview








Dark Water - 2015
Water Songs Below the City- 2015

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