Wednesday, November 10, 2010


Lynne Allen

Another painting that drew me from across the room, literally ignoring all else, was Lynne Allen's They Were As Numerous As Grass. They meaning buffalo.

Lynne Allen's mother and grandmother were members of the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in South Dakota.

Her prints and paintings draw together often a process of photography, hand-written diaries, lithograph, silkscreen, intagilio, and woodblock.