Lynn Macintyre

Dundas, ON

After attending university,  Lynn studied at the Dundas Valley School of Art and Canadore College.    She works primarily in photography and printmaking but has explored several other art media as well.  Her subjects include landscapes as well as nature studies focusing on the conservation areas of the Dundas Valley and the northern vistas of Killarney Park.  She has had numerous group and solo exhibitions including those at the Carnegie Gallery where she has been a long-time artist member and active volunteer.  Her work  was awarded Best Photograph and Best in Show in 1987 from the Carnegie Gallery Juried show, received the Viola Depew Award from the Women’s Art Association Juried Show in 1989, and the Photography Prize from the Macdonald Stewart Art Center Juried Show in 1992.  Notably, her photographic work was also presented to David Peterson and the Heritage Minister by the Hamilton Region Conservation Authority. In 1995, two photographic images were included in the book “On the Edge”, and in 2010 her work was included in a text book for Canadian high school students.  Her photographic work can also be found on permanent  display in the Departure Lounge at the Hamilton Airport.

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