On this beautiful spring day in NYC, I wanted to share the work of
Rene Lynch -- paintings of young women on the brink of womanhood…the magic and mystery of the forest, the awakening of the natural world into spring and summer. Here’s to curiosity, coming of age, getting outside and day dreaming…
And here are some watercolors on a slightly different theme, from Lynch's Wonderland Series…
“These watercolors are inspired from direct relations with summer. I have a backyard garden in Brooklyn and like a haiku I am responding to the season (summer) and the tiny dramas of insects, and frogs. My title Wonderland directly refers to that sensual dreamworld which connects one to the deeper universe of nature, both psychological and physical. It is where children live and where adults visit.”
You can see Lynch’s work in person at the
Jenkins Johnson Gallery, with locations in NYC (521 West 26th S, 5th Floor) and San Francisco (where she has a show up right now in SF, thru April 26 at 464 Sutter Street)
Know any artists whose work would make a home a lovelier place? Send ideas to The Gallery. Thanks!