Linzi Lynn is an award-winning artist. Her art has sold worldwide and has been featured in publications, in a Netflix series, on magazine covers and in galleries and art festivals throughout California and in Florida.
She was born and raised in London, and began her career in entertainment as a successful singer and dancer. She came to the United States after living in the South of France for many years and she now calls Indian Wells, California home.
Throughout the 40-some years that she has been painting, she has received numerous commissions and licensed her images to private individuals and businesses. One of her commissions was by the National Rural Letter Carriers for a pencil portrait of Benjamin Franklin. She had the opportunity to apply a subtle soft realism that can come from a pencil, in a surprising contrast to her bright, expressionistic paintings.
She recreates from her award-winning original paintings, enchanting hand-embellished limited edition giclee reproductions that can illuminate the walls of any room. With her innovative techniques and use of an array of radiant colors, she aims at bringing a fresh perspective to modern art.
“My painting experience has been one of the great pleasures of my life and has taught me to be sensitive, aware and appreciative of the beauty of nature and the people who surround me.”
Her favorite quote is by Winston Churchill: “The pessimist sees difficulty in every opportunity. The optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.”
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Paintings are usually shipped within 2-3 days of ordering either in a box or a crate, depending on the size of the painting. Depending on where you live it is usually 5-7 days for delivery. As soon as your painting is shipped you will receive a tracking number and you can always find out where it is.
The archival inks are designed to resist fading and the chemical composition, allowing the ink to hold fast to the printed surface. Giclée printing tends to hold its colors for far longer than standard prints. In fact, giclée prints are thought to last up to two hundred years before starting to fade. With giclée printing, you won’t have to worry about fading or discoloration at all.
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The giclée printing process provides superior color accuracy compared to other reproduction methods. My giclées are professionally scanned by a museum quality high resolution scanner and printed out on archival canvas with archival inks. I hand-embellish the giclée to give its smooth surface some texture to make an identical replica of the original painting. I finish by gloss varnishing the entire surface to make it sparkle.
I do take commissions to paint custom pieces. I will work from your good quality photos and prices will depend upon the number of subjects, size and complexity of the piece. For further information on pricing and sizes please email me firstname.lastname@example.org with your specifications and I will work with you to get the best results or feel free to call me in the U.S.A. (310) 291-7653.
The number of limited editions is carefully chosen and no more can be created after they are all sold. Of course, this does make limited edition prints more valuable in the eyes of a collector, so artists are able to charge more for this type of print. The size of my limited editions vary between 5, 25 and 50. They are signed and numbered and as with my originals, they come with a Certificate of Authenticity..
I am sure you will love your new painting and enjoy it for many years to come. If for any reason you are not completely satisfied, please return it within 30 days, in its original condition, in its original packaging and upon receipt, I will refund your purchase price.