Lynn Babineau Art Collections
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Artwork by Lynn Babineau
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Have a Salubrious Day - Bob's by Lynn Babineau
Divi Divi Tree by Lynn Babineau
Fall at Martha-Mary Chapel - Sudbury by Lynn Babineau
WB Stone Church by Lynn Babineau
Lighthouse in Michigan City by Lynn Babineau
Birch Trees By the Brook by Lynn Babineau
Institute Park Worcester MA by Lynn Babineau
Jon Short-Have Blues will Travel by Lynn Babineau
Mariah 1995-2009 by Lynn Babineau
IN the dunes by Lynn Babineau
Sudbury Gristmill by Lynn Babineau
VP Norway 11 Thorsastraen by Lynn Babineau
The Last Decoration by Lynn Babineau
Holly by Lynn Babineau
D Vine by Lynn Babineau
Counting Pannini by Lynn Babineau
Reviewing the menu on Potts Point by Lynn Babineau
Misty Taking Over My Desk by Lynn Babineau
Last Decoration Snowman by Lynn Babineau
Cody's First Frosty by Lynn Babineau
Guiness Green and Bella Blue by Lynn Babineau
The Alamo by Lynn Babineau
Yellow Tree at Institute Park by Lynn Babineau
Stone Church - West Boylston by Lynn Babineau
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About Lynn Babineau
Like most artists my inspiration comes from others and from a very early age I possessed a need to create. Although mainly self-taught, there have been people and challenges throughout my life that have not only inspired, but given me the tools and education necessary to master the challenges of watercolors. Like my watercolor collages, I have many layers.
I grew up in northwest Indiana where I studied with artist Neil Kienitz. It was his instruction and introduction to watercolors that gave me the focus and encouragement to continue my passion. I have always enjoyed the challenge of watercolors more than other mediums, but just as I was beginning to master this technique, I became a mother, and my priorities shifted.
You never know where life will take you, and the journey is usually far from our control. My life became a whirlwind, and I eventually drifted to the east coast, where in an effort to raise my family, I abandoned my passion. It did, however, linger, and my children grew older, and through the years I found myself desperate to create again. I decided to take a few courses at the local art museum and a workshop with Gerald Brommer who taught me the technique of watercolor collage. His instruction was exactly what I needed to ignite the spark again. Since then I have created not only watercolor collages, but have expanded my repertoire with miniature watercolor portraits on small pieces of ivory; an historic technique that has always fascinated me.
My ultimate goal is to infuse emotion into my work; to be able to convey in my work the gentle spirit of a person, a pet, their unique character, or the feeling a place leaves with you. I hope you find my work to be as meaningful as it has been to me; the driving force behind my entire life.