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Lynn Bean Horse and Native American Art
Lynn was born and raised in Battle Creek, Michigan. She is a graduate of the Illustration Department of Kendall School of Design at Grand Rapids, and has practiced retail fashion illustration in her native state and the San Francisco Bay area.
After spending earlier years in and about cities, Lynn relocated to beautiful coastal West Marin County, California, and eventually to Central Oregon's Ochoco Mountains in 1979.
In the Ochocos, life on a remote ranch inspired her to capture the rare moments and detailed beauty of wild birds and animals. Many of her early subjects were their own ranch animals — "Sugar", a Guernsey milk cow who ruled their livestock, flamboyant "Chicken George," "Brooster The Rooster", "Jasper" the cat and others grace Lynn's earlier work.
Lynn's work soon found its way to international publisher, Gemé Art, Incorporated, responsible for the many fine offset lithos of her work. Lynn shares rights to sell work copyrighted by Gemé, and now publishes her own laser prints of recent efforts.
Lynn's many paintings and drawings are featured in national exhibits and galleries or shops around the world. A number of her works have been featured in well-known magazines.
Lynn has divided seasonal residence between Sumpter, Oregon and Meadview, Arizona, where she has been inspired to work on North American Indian and desert subjects in the grandeur of the Colorado River and Grand Canyon. Lynn spends considerable time traveling and attending national art shows, where if you have the chance, you can see Lynn's well known work in person.