Window Reflections

Art has always been a part of my life.  Over five decades, my work has been selected for numerous art shows and festivals. I have worked in many media including: oil paints and oil bars, watercolor, pencil (watercolor and graphite), printing, pastels (hard and soft), pen and ink. 
In my art work, I often use a mix of media.
I studied at the University of Utah (watercolor scholarship), University of Washington (printing certificate), 
Gage Academy & Pratt Fine Art Center (creative printing). 

Since 2011, my art has been in these shows: 
  • Mount Baker Neighborhood Art Center's Inaugural Exhibit, Trees in All Their Glory - "Quinault"  (mixed media: oil pastel & hard pastel, pen & ink, markers, watercolor pencil)
  • artEast's Northwest Grand Landscape Exhibit - "Mid-summer Tide"  (soft pastel)
  • artEast's Retail Store Show, Falling - "Fall Leaves" (digital image)
  • Edmonds Art Festival Juried Gallery - "Sunlight" (pen & ink, watercolor pencil)
  • Edmonds Art Festival Juried Gallery - "7pm"  (mono print, 2nd place)
  • Anacortes Juried Show, Art at the Port - "7pm" (mono print)
  • Antioch University, 35th Anniversary HeART Therapy Show - "Inside/Inside Out"  (pen & ink)
  • Gallery by the Bay, Embracing Mother Earth - "Upside/Upside Down" (pen & ink drawing)
  • Gallery by the Bay, Abstracts - "Mazatlan"  (mixed media: oil bar & soft pastel) 
  • Gallery by the Bay, Brushes with Landscapes - "Madrona"  (pen & ink)
  • Harman Eye Clinic  (1 woman show - 8 works) 
  • Herkimer Coffee House  (1 woman show - 8 works)
My art has appeared in these literary journals:
  • Parentheses, Stained Glass
  • Monstering, Literary Journal,  Maui Soliloquy, Illness as Invisibility, It's Raining It's Pouring 
  • Life Lines Literary Journal, Pastel Window Pane
My focus has expanded to incorporate writing poetry.  In my poems, I express my frustration, isolation, and anger - tempered by my love for nature and family. 
My poetry has appeared in these literary journals: 
WordgatheringCleaning Up GlitterKaleidoscope, Life Lines, and Breadth and Shadow.


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Lynn A. Guttmann        

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