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 Lynne Talbot  (1966 - )

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Lived/Active: Maine/Massachusetts      Known for: abstract imagery-landscape

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following, submitted July 2005 by Robert Orfant, is from the artist.

I grew up in southern New Hampshire and began painting somewhere around the age of twelve. But I didn't take it seriously until college. I received my BA in Visual Communications and spent my career in the design and advertising industries. I climbed the "creative ladder" starting off as a junior designer. My last position was Creative Director at a firm in Dallas, Texas. Some of my clients over the last 15 years were Braun, Old Mother Hubbard Pet Co., Doubletree Hotels, Pizza Hut, Pepsi, Frito Lay and Harrah's. I worked on promotions, packaging, print, radio and TV commercials.

In 2001, I was living in Chicago and decided to do something completely different. I ended up buying an 11,000 sq. ft. Italianate style building built in 1886 up in the state of Maine. I built living quarters and a studio in the back, and I run a vintage, antique and eclectic shop on two floors during the summer season.

I share my life with two dogs, Oliver & George Bailey. In my spare time I enjoy restoring my building and creating my "dream" studio space. And when not working, I like watching independent films, reading, painting, traveling, visiting my family and friends and just enjoying life.

I love color. I also like taking everyday things and turning them into something bright and interesting (like string or a leaf). Over the years, I moved away from "traditional" work and on to more abstract imagery, which was difficult to achieve initially. I'm creating something that you cannot see in an everyday landscape or setting. But I have developed my unique, individual style of abstract. I start off very detailed. And then I begin adding different mediums (I work with oil pastels, watercolors, oils, acrylics, pencil, wax, paper, string and metal). The end result rarely turns out how I planned it. But that's what gives me the most pleasure. My pieces take on a life of their own. I stop when I think it's balanced.

I get my inspiration, and admire, the great abstract artists from the 1920's to the 50's. Pollock, for his innovative drive. Kandinsky, who believed that the "true artist seeks to express only inner, essential feelings." Klee's ability and talent to set graphical elements into motion. And Barnett Newman and Mark Rothko for their intense, ethereal color studies.

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