Logo, Lynne Medsker Art & PhotographyJanuary 2008 –   Although I am happy to share my art with you throughout this blog please be aware that these images are protected by copyright law and should not be reproduced or used without expressed written permission.  Feel free to leave comments or questions, I am always excited to get feedback. Enjoy browsing and thank you for visiting my blog!

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  1. giatw

     /  January 23, 2009

    I am just learning how to do comments back on blogs, I don’t know if it works when I reply to my comments so I thought I would go directly to your blog and say thank you for the comment on my work. I checked out your website and I think your mixed media work is really really cool!

  2. Well, I would say you are the most modern of all the artists I know in person!
    Plus, you know your way around a computer and these dad-blasted programs!
    I can just barely get a link going to the next page let alone a link to the art center! HA! I am such a dinosaur!

    The time flies like an arrow blog is my relaxing blog.
    I also have a WordPress blog, but, still haven’t got it set up right.
    Plus, my user name here in wordpress land?

    Woof woof.

  3. Elizabeth Guyton

     /  July 11, 2009

    Beautiful work!!! Please email me, I am interested in something like the collage set you did for the Chiropractic office. Hope to hear from you soon.

  4. Janis Brunner

     /  March 6, 2010

    Love the coffee and tea paper background!! On the one collage, you used a textured plate. I’m not sure what that is, can you explain?
    so wish I was as computer savvy as you are—I have no patience to learn it all. I’d rather be creating art. Janis

    • Hi Janis! Thanks for stopping by and commenting! The texture plate I mentioned is used for scrapbooking I think (or it’s that size, 12×12″)…it’s a moulded plastic piece with small patterns/textures on it that you can roll ink or paint on to and press onto paper. I think originally it’s use was on wet paper with no ink/paint to emboss a texture on the surface of the paper. But I don’t always use things they way they are intended! 🙂 I’ve had them a few years so I’m a bit fuzzy about it! I waiver between computer fun and art fun. I’d hate to see the size of the storage unit I’d have to rent if I spent all my creative time making art – lol! It was nice hearing from you!

  5. Janis Brunner

     /  March 8, 2010

    Do you remember the packing paper we used in the class I took from you that was like brown paper with accordian like slits in it? I put it in my college piece and want to do another piece like it. You thought it might have come from Dick Blick??

    • Yes, I remember it! I still have some if you don’t need a large amount. Otherwise, I am pretty sure it came from Dick Blick’s, it was wrapped around containers of acrylic…paint, that sort of thing.

  6. Great blog, Lynne!

    I am definitely a fan!

    ~ Nanette


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