Kathryn Lynch is inspired by her walks through lower Manhattan and Shelter Island and has recently relocated to the Hudson Valley. She is constantly observing her surroundings, depicting subjects such as landscapes, seascapes, people, dogs, flowers, cityscapes, tug boats, and now waterfalls. Her work has been featured in numerous exhibitions at key galleries and museums. Patrick Neal recently featured Lynch in an article for the Two Coats of Paint- March 24th, 2021, the Article titled “Kathryn Lynch: Allusive Places” for her last show at Turn Gallery in NYC.  An excerpt in his article reflects- “Sometimes we see something better when we don’t look directly at it. This thought permeated my viewing of Kathryn Lynch’s impressive paintings at Turn Gallery on the Upper East Side, Her current exhibition, fittingly titled “Between the Streets,” showcases her crowning achievement as a painter: capturing the liminal spaces that define the essence of a given place.

Mad Ocean
2021
oil/ canvas
72 x 108 inches

Red Hot Flower
Oil on canvas
48 x 60 inches