Lyn Henry is the current President of the Pastel Artists of New Zealand. (PANZ)
With 20 years’ experience working with pastels, Lyn has developed a unique approach to her art. She sees light and colour in everything including numbers, music and days of the week! Her art has evolved from realist paintings into expressing stories, memories, and feelings.
For Lyn, abstract expressionism has made her a technically stronger artist, and gives her freedom to explore the ‘what if’ of pushing ideas through texture, the layering of colour, and having fun! She is Vice President of PANZ, lives in the beautiful south of New Zealand, and tutors and mentors pastellists in the southern region. She is delighted to share her ideas at Expo!
Where to find Lyn...
Seeing Small Paintings in Big Things | Telling stories in Abstract
Student Experience Level:
Some Experience Prefered
In this workshop I will show participants how to discover abstracts in their own work, then we will turn them into unique and wonderful paintings. We will explore artists’ own sketchbooks, and talk about what makes a good abstract.
A large part of abstract impressionism is expressing ideas and mood; by exploring composition, thumbnails, storytelling, values, colour choices, texture and underpainting we will produce a painting (or two!) to be proud of. So bring along your best non-self-critical brain and enjoy!
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