Painter Lynn Stenzel, a former Serigraphy
Printmaker, now works in two mediums: acrylic on canvas and mixed
media on paper.The size of her paintings range from 5x5 inches to 48x64 inches.
Her large landscape and skyscape paintings capture the vast expanse of
the open plains, which are heightened by the drama of an intense stormy sky.
Stenzels' images also depict the melancholy, abandoned structures residing on the floor of the earth. She is intrigued by the imperfections and crookedness of the windows and doorways of the disintegrating buildings.
Stenzel received M.A. and B.A. degrees from Adams State College in Alamosa, Colorado. She was a resident artist at The Frank Waters Foundation in Taos, New Mexico. Her work is represented in many private and corporate collections throughout the United States and internationally. She has had solo exhibitions at The A.R. Mitchell Museum, The Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center in Southern Colorado and the Las Cruces Museum of Fine Art at New Mexico State University. She was a Featured Artist for the KTSC-TV 1999 and 2008 Art Auction.