Ann Lyne

  • Selected Works

    Ann Lyne. Ponies in the Garden.
    Oil and charcoal on canvas, 30 x 24″

    Ann Lyne. View of VMI.
    Oil on canvas, 20 x 20″

    Ann Lyne. Summer Pastures, 2015.
    Oil on canvas, 30 x 40″

    Ann Lyne. Churchville Horseshow.
    Oil on canvas, 36 x 30″

     

     

    Ann Lyne. Sunspots, Sweet Corn and Sunflowers, 2013.
    Oil on linen, 36 x 30″.

  • Past Exhibitions

    Summer Light
    15 July – 21 August 2016

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    Selections
    Pam Black, Kris Iden, Peyton Hurt Millikan, Ann Lyne, David Summers, Theo van Groll, Sanjay Vora
    6 February – 8 March 2015

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    Twenty!
    LYdM turns 20 in 2015
    9 January – 1 February 2015

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    Visions of Spring
    Elizabeth Bradford, Cary Brown, Lou Jordan,
    Ann Lyne, John McCarthy, Priscilla Whitlock

    21 February – 30 March 2014

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    Ann Lyne | Equestrian Paintings & Drawings
    17 – 28 October 2006

    Les Yeux du Monde, Charlottesville, Virginia
    2001

    Moving Toward the Millennium: DarknessLes Yeux du Monde, Charlottesville, Virginia
    1999

    Moving Toward the Millennium: Lightness
    Les Yeux du Monde, 1998
     

  • Biography

    Ann Lyne’s art reveals a thorough understanding of the greatest traditions of modernist art. She is a nationally acclaimed artist who has shown in museums such as the Smithsonian, the Mint Museum in Charlotte, the Chrysler Museum and the Virginia Museum. Her works have earned several meritorious grants from The National Endowment for the Arts, The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. In addition, she was honored to receive an invitation to be an artist in residence at the Yaddo Art Colony in 1981.

    She holds an MFA from the American University in Washington DC, and studied studio art art history, and aesthetics at Queens College, Westhampton College of the University of Richmond, and the Virginia Commonwealth University. With references to such modernist masters as Degas, Matisse, Picasso and Diebenkorn, she transforms her influences into a language totally her own.

  • Bibliography

    Exhibitions

    2010, 2009

    Page Bond gallery, Richmond, Virginia

    2007

    Hodges Taylor Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina

    2006

    Solo Paintings and Drawings, Les Yeux du Monde, Charlottesville, Virginia

    2005

    University of Virginia/ Virginia Film Festival in conjunction with Les Yeux du Monde, Charlottesville, Virginia, benefit exhibit and sale

    2004

    Callen McJunkin Gallery, Charleston, West Virginia

    Le Yeux du Monde, Charlottesville, Virginia

    2003

    Callen McJunkin Gallery, Charleston, West Virginia

    2002

    Callen McJunkin Gallery, Charleston, West Virginia

    2001

    Callen McJunkin Gallery, Charleston, West Virginia

    Le Yeux du Monde, Charlottesville, Virginia

    2000

    The Richmond Symphony/Gallery 5800, Carpenter Center for the Performing Arts, Richmond, Virginia, benefit exhibit

    Gallery 5800, Richmond, Virginia, Solo Exhibit

    1999

    Le Yeux du Monde, Charlottesville, Virginia

    1998

    Le Yeux du Monde, Charlottesville, Virginia, Farmington Hunt Club and Group Exhibit

    Les Yeux du Monde/ Alliance Francaise de Charlottesville, Keswick, Virginia

    1997

    Gallery of Contemporary Art at Corporate and Museum Frame, Richmond, Virginia, Solo Exhibit

    Kentucky Derby, Museum, Louisville Kentucky, International Group Exhibit

    1996

    Gallery of Contemporary Art an Corporate and Museum Frame, Richmond, Virginia, Solo Exhibit

    1994

    Garth Newel Music Center, Hot Springs, Virginia, Solo Benefit

    1993

    The Richmond Symphony Benefit Exhibition and Drawings Auction,
    Richmond, VA

    1992

    Sommersby Film Set, Warm Springs, Virginia, Solo Exhibit

    1991

    Callen McJunkin Gallery, Nell Blaine and Friends, Charleston, West
    Virginia

    1990

    Franz Bader Gallery, Washington D.C., Solo Exhibit and Group Exhibit

    1989

    The Fifth Street Sporting Gallery, Warrenton, Virginia and World Cup, Grand Prix, Tampa Florida

    Franz Bader Gallery, Washington D.C.

    1987

    Marsh Gallery, University of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia – Donald Kuspit, Juror

    Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville, Virginia – Julia Boyd, Juror, Assistant Curator, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
    1985

    Kline Gallery, Bridgewater College, Bridgewater, Viginia, Solo Exhibit

    Peninsula Fine Art, Portsmouth, Virginia – Barbara Haskell, Juror, Curator, Whitney Museum of American Art

    Virginia Polytechnic Institute Gallery, Blacksburg, Virginia – Frederick R. Brandt, Juror, Curator of 20th Century art, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

    Maier Museum, Randolph – Macon Women’s College, Lynchburg, Virginia, Group Exhibit

    The Atheneum, Alexandria, Virginia, Group Exhibit

    The Virginia Beach Arts Center, Virginia Beach, Virginia, Group Exhibit

    1984

    Reynolds-Minor Gallery, Richmond, Virginia

    1983

    Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville, Virginia

    1982

    Fine Art America, Richmond, Virginia, Solo Exhibit

    Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History, Danville, Virginia

    Marsh Gallery, University of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia, Solo Exhibit

    Piedmont Arts Association, Martinsville, Virginia

    Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia

    1980

    1708 East Main Street Gallery, Richmond, Virginia

    Owensboro Museum of Fine Arts, Mid-America Art Exhibition, Owensboro, Kentucky- Hilton Kramer, Juror Senior Art Critic, New York Times

    Virginia Center for Creative Arts, Sweet Briar, Virginia

    1979

    Scott-McKennis Gallery, Richmond, Virginia, Solo Exhibit

    1977

    Scott-McKennis Gallery, Richmond, Virginia, Solo Exhibit

    1975

    Roanoke Fine Arts Center, Roanoke, Virginia – Roy Slade, Juror, Director, Corcoran Gallery of Art

    1974

    Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia, Irene Leach Memorial Exhibition, Purchase Award – Richard Boyle, Juror, Director, Pennsylvania Academy

    Valentine Museum, Richmond, Virginia, Group Exhibit, Purchase Award

    1973

    Mariner’s Museum, Newport News, Virginia – Kenworth Moffett, Juror, Curator of Contemporary Art, Boston Museum

    1970

    Virginia Union University, Richmond, Virginia, Solo Exhibit

    1969

    Twentieth Century Gallery, Williamsburg, Virginia

    1967

    Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia, Group Exhibit

    Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia, Two Group Exhibits, Honorable Mention – William F. Gaines Juror

    1963

    Frederick Gallery, Chevy Chase, Maryland

    Shangri-La Gallery, Richmond, Virginia, Two Person Exhibit

    Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia, Certificate of Distinction, Purchase Award- Thomas E. Messner, Juror, Director, Guggenheim Museum

    1962

    Adams – Morgan Gallery, Washington D.C.

    Frederick Gallery, Chevy Chase, Maryland

    Smithsonian Museum, Washington D.C., Society of Washington Prinkmakers International

    1961

    Realite Gallery, Washington D.C.

    Bayly Museum, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, First Prize

    Watkins Gallery, American University, Washington, D.C.

    1960

    Smithsonian Museum, Washington D.C., Society of Washington Printmakers International

    1959

    Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia

    1958

    Newcomb Hall, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, Purchase Award

    Valentine Museum, Richmond, Virginia, Group Exhibit, Purchase Award

    Virginia Highlands Festival, Abingdon, Virginia, Painting, Drawing and Printmaking Prize

    1957

    Mint Museum, Charlotte, North Carolina, Painting Award

     

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