A tourist visiting the Uffizi Museum in Florence, Italy is looking towards an open door taking photographs. The light streams through the open door and illuminates part of a figure of a guard looking towards the visitor.
I find my work is constantly evolving. It changes with life’s experiences, journeys, teaching, and personal relationships. I am blessed to have reached a stage in my life where I am able to combine my creative journey with my love of travel. This combination has provided me with a wider perspective, refining the essence of life, experiences, exchanges, encounters. I find myself analyzing all that I view and how I would render it - find the subject matter's important components and content. I am thankful for the ability to immerse myself this way and give focus to my life's journey. Creativity is more about the journey than the product.
Lynn Hosegood has a BA in studio art and initially worked as a portrait artist and miniature landscape/architectural subjects. She now works from her Williamsburg home studio on her print series, along with watercolors for regional, national, and international juried shows and competitions.
Recent awards and membership: Hilliard Society, Royal Miniature Society, Limner Society, American Watercolor Society, 2013 Memorial Award, and 2013-2014 National Travel Show. Best in Show and merit awards at Virginia Watercolor Society, Northwest Watercolor Society Transparent Watercolor Society of America, and Southern Watercolor Society.
Publications: North Light Books, Splash four publications including two paintings in ‘A 20 years Retrospective of Excellence in Watercolor’ and Watercolor Artist Magazine.