Focus Magazine, feature article

Focus Magazine, September issue, published a feature article of my recent work and career. There’s history here and some insight for the painting madness. Take a minute and have a read; hit the image to see the article….           Please follow and like us:Read more

Artist In Residence, Banff Springs Hotel

The Banff Springs Hotel was my studio for a week; September 14 to the 21st. Wendy Wacko and The Mountain Galleries hosts the ‘Artist In Residence’ program throughout the year at the world famous hotel. It was a great opportunity to immures myself in the Rocky Mountain culture 5 star style (I’m back in my studio now and the bubble has burst… but then the good life can kill you too.) There’s ghost in the “Castle of the Rockies’ roamingRead more

Plein Air at Lake O’Hara 2015

Lake OHara, Yoho National Park is a magnificent place. Every day was an immersion, an extraordinary adventure, both physically and visually. Senses intensify as you enter the alpine above the tree lines knowing you won’t get back anytime soon. The window of time to paint goes quick as you must begin the long trek back to base camp at Lake O’Hara before sundown. In the evenings we sat on the shores of the lake watching a late summer light show – the ever changing curtainRead more

Oasis Art Symposium 2015

Last weekend I was a guest artist / speaker at the third annual Oasis Art Symposium created by the Kelowna FCA chapter. There was a juried art exhibit, lectures and a discussion panel along with live demos. The day went quickly as the participates were generous of spirit, inquisitive and energetic. I attend a few of such gatherings a year but this one had a grass roots atmosphere that gave birth to an exchange of ideas. Artist, Janice Robertson gave an in-depthRead more

Show and Tell Exhibition in Cabo, Mexico

The Ida Art Victoria Gallery, March 19th 2014: The gallery held a Brent Lynch solo show along with a visual presentation of my work the other night. The attendance enjoyed some appetisers, wine and good conversation before we began the presentation of my artistic exploits and history. I spoke of my relationship with Cabo that dates back to the early 80’s. I first discovered the Baja on a surf and windsurf trip in 1979 and fell for its austere beautyRead more

Exhibition,’Wild and Sacred Places’ 2015

Charlie Easton, Nicholas Bott and myself are featured in an exhibition at the ‘Mountain Gallery at the Fairmont’ in Whistler from January 10th through to the 24 th. If you are in the area please drop in.  My collection of paintings are a kind of  ‘Ode to Whistler’…. big part of my youth and later Blackcomb / Whistler became a long time client as a professional artist.  I created artistic event posters and paintings through the early 80 and 90’s and watchedRead more

20th annual ‘Painters at Painters’ 2014

It was hard to believe a year had come and gone as I walked into Painters lobby and met artists I hadn’t seen or spoken with since. I’ve been involved for two years and already the P@P gig is a marker for me. That’s the power of this unique event. I am always re-energized after spending time with this powerful group of creative people. Back in the studio once again I reflect on the good crack (conversation) and exchange ofRead more

El Triunfo, An Old Haunt Re-Discovered

I just returned from a town that has haunted me since the early 80’s. When I  first discovered El Triunfo it was a true Mexican ghost town. Nestled in the Serria Laguna Mountains in southern Baja  you’d be hard pressed to run into a living soul back then… just you and the whispering mountain winds bringing voices from the past. The town was old, ancient abandoned 18th century facades of  buildings and haciendas prove it. She was an old silverRead more

The FCA Whistler Workshop 2013

A ‘welcome song’ sung by a lovely first nation young woman drum in hand opened the final evening workshop banquet. We were served a fine salmon dinner in the Lil’wat Cultural Centre; an architect’s contemporary vision of a traditional pit house….beautiful. I reflected back on the last 6 days during a solo performance from fellow artist Dennis Weber;  a lonely but beautiful flute lament. I looked around the room and could see that nobody really wanted to go home. IRead more