Lynn Denton

Lynn Denton’s work includes painting, sculpture, ceramics and film, and has been seen in solo exhibitions at the Morris Gallery of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and Nexus Gallery in Philadelphia, and in exhibitions at the Institute of Contemporary Art as well as other East Coast venues. She has been awarded two residencies by the Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation, an Independence Foundation Fellowship, and in 2004 was invited for a painting and film residency in Mojacar, Spain, by the Fundacion Valparaiso. Also in 2004, Lynn was awarded a second grant from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, founded by painter Lee Krasner, which suppports the work of artists in the U.S. and abroad. In 2011 she received the Leeway Foundation’s Transformation Award.

Lynn studied at the Art Students’ League with painter Theodore Stamos, and holds an MFA in Painting. She has taught fine arts courses at Quinnipiac College, Beaver College, Penn State University, Philadelphia College of Art, and Moore College of Art and Design.

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