Lynn Lobo is a painter who paints her inner life through the fields of still life and landscape. Following her dreams, body sensations, close observation and memory, she seeks to explore and communicate her perception of the moment.
She has had several solo exhibitions of her paintings and has studied plein air painting in Italy. While she is predominantly a perceptual painter of contemporary realism, she also enjoys the genre of sequential art. In collaboration with a colleague, she is currently working on a graphic novel that is a facilitation guide to understanding large group processes and world conflict.
A Visual Arts training at the City Art Institute, Sydney was her first degree. Lynn then went on to enrich her education and life experience through the study of Chinese Philosophy and Medicine. A Masters in Process Oriented Psychology rounded off and completed her education path.
Lynn brings her whole self into her painting practice. Born in Karachi, Pakistan, she now lives and paints on the Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia. If you see her set up with her paintbox outdoors on a backroad around Mclaren Vale, go and say Hi! She loves sharing her plein air painting adventures. Check out her blog.
Or better still, make an appointment for a tour of her studio via the contact page.