Lynne has been coming to the South Coast since she was a child as her parents had land at Tomakin. Travel in those days was via gravel road over the Clyde Mountain and punt over the Clyde River
Life gave Lynne the opportunity to move to Mogo 30 years ago and when she became unable to work at the age of 50 she started to draw again, something she hadn’t done since her teenage years.
Lynne is grateful to the many artists who have helped her in developing skills, techniques and ideas to form her own artistic impression.
She generally uses pen, ink and pencil but also likes to use watercolour and acrylics. She enjoys doing pictures of our Australian wildlife and plants and has won awards. She insists the greatest pleasure is when her art is chosen to be hung in someone’s home.