YEPPOON - QUEENSLAND - AUSTRALIA
After working exclusively in oils, a medium in which she still excels, Lyn began experimenting with pastels in 1995 and was quickly drawn to its immediacy and spontaneity. Attending a workshop with famous pastellist Ted Berry further enthused her, so much so, that in March 1998 she gained official recognition as a Master Pastellist from the Australian Pastel Society. In 2014 she received Master Circle status from the International Association of Pastel Societies.
Lyn's philosophy is to be 'always learning' and to achieve masterly qualities within all her work. She takes time out from her busy schedule for further artistic development such as when she traveled to New York to study under world-renowned portrait artist Daniel E. Greene.
Lyn has received many commissions and awards especially for her florals and human interest paintings. Captivating the viewer with the brilliance of her exuberant florals, she has made the breakthrough to the international art scene and was made a member of the prestigious International Guild of Realism in 2008 when one of her large oil paintings was selected for inclusion in their juried exhibition in California. A rare honour indeed.
Lyn's paintings are represented in major regional as well as private collections within Australia and overseas.
Lyn lives with her family in Yeppoon, Queensland.
Numerous feature articles published in the 'International Artist' and 'Australian Artist' magazines, and a feature in the 'American Art Collector' November 2013.
In addition to winning international awards for her florals, Lyn is also a professional portrait artist and Lasting Impressions Gallery acts as her Portrait Commissioning House.
View Lyn Diefenbach Portrait Page for more information.
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