R.I.P Lyn Snow 1940 - 2013
On December 18th, Lyn passed away, felled by complications from a tick bite. To read more, winnowing machine
Lyn Snow lived and worked in South Thomaston, Maine. She was known for the clean lyrical approach she brought to her watercolors. She captured and painted the mood and essence of flowers; the elegance and romance of a wedding bouquet, the charm of wildflowers and the drama of irises.
Individually or in collection, her work continues to gain national recognition. Her originals and limited edition prints have been shown widely at fine art shows, numerous local and regional galleries and on the Internet.
What started as a small art studio grew into a sprawling family business. The old farm house doubled in size to incorporate a large and busy studio and frame shop, and at one point Lyn had her own galleries in Portland and Rockland, Maine. Over the years she & her husband Jack reduced (and then eliminated) travelling to the art shows, and they closed the Portland store several years ago. She officially retired on Columbus Day 2013, the final day of the Rockland store, leaving this website as the only way to view her work. Please explore the interactive frameshop, where you can see different matting & framing choices right on your screen. Also, please join the Collector's Network to keep abreast of occasional specials, and to receive notification of any new releases. Before her death Lyn was planning on doing some retrospective releases of some of her best work, in giclee form, the new gold standard of art reproduction. We may still do that at some point next year.