Lynn Berryhill - Her Journey,
Lynn Berryhill’s success as a renowned abstract painter and teacher comes from her journey of self-discovery and deep spiritual exploration.
“My spirit has always soared in the Red Rock country. I love working with color and combining representational and abstract elements in my work. In this spare but complex land, it seems second nature to me to be exploring the internal and external landscape within my own soul”
Lynn began her studies at the University of Utah in Science. She then became an Art Major and later continued her studies at Sonoma State University in California. For over a dozen years, Lynn has taught classes on the Creativity process, utilizing many insights, tools and exercises to help the student/artist “push the envelope” of their individual creative process.
One of Lynn’s teachers, Dick Olney, said: “You cannot become the true artist until you have ceased being the performer.” Lynn has reflected upon and been challenged by this statement over the years. Lynn has been senior faculty for over 15 years for The Four Winds, teaching classes in energy healing and shamanism.
“My images and symbols often come to me in
meditation, in shamanic journeys, in dreams.”
has had numerous one-person and group art shows. She participated in Natalie
Rogers’ “Person Centered Expressive Arts Therapy Institute.”
She had artist’s residencies in Jackson, Wyoming, for ten years.
The Utah Humanities Council awarded Lynn and a partner a grant to develop
“Embracing Opposites—In Search of the Public Good.”
This program won state and national awards and served
Lynn has delighted in being an abstract painter for over 30 years. Above all, she is inspired to help others to access their own creativity and joy. Knowing that by doing so, they will source directly from their hearts and souls, and experience being fully present and alive.
Purchasing information for Lynn Berryhill’s original acrylics at the following galleries:
Split Rock Gallery
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