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Over the last few years Lynne of Eltham has been developing her painting talents – taking classes with Susan Obrien at the Diamond Valley Arts Society and participating in arts groups in far North Queensland, as spending a lot of time painting, using both acrylic and watercolour.

Previously she was creating her mermaids, dragons and other creatures for many years, and selling them at exhibitions, St Andrews & Eltham markets, galleries & gift shops.

She first introduced me (Meredith Plain) to ceramic sculpture when she was teaching a course at the Eltham Living and Learning Centre in 1988. Her work and her enjoyment of the medium, and the creative possibilities of ceramic sculpture fired my imagination. This appeal is also why people are so keen to own some of her work. Lynne has been creating her mermaids, dragons and other creatures for over twenty five years, and selling them at exhibitions, St Andrews & Eltham markets, galleries & gift shops. Her imaginative work and obvious enjoyment of the medium appeals to most people.

She has also taught ceramic sculpture at the Strathallan and Eltham Living and Learning Centre, helping students discover the creative possibilities of clay.

 

Bolin Bolin Gallery acknowledges the Wurundjeri people as traditional custodians of the land now known as Manningham. We pay our respects to Wurundjeri Elders past, present and emerging, and value their ongoing contribution to the cultural heritage of the area.

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