“The process of choosing the appropriate substrate for an idea, drawing, carving, inking, layering and hand printing combine science and human expression brilliantly. My hope is the work will inspire and engage the imagination.”–Hubner
Lynne Hubner’s art is a celebration of the people and places she has encountered at home and afar. Her work has been described as “visual haiku” due to her ability of capturing the essence of a scene and inviting the viewer to enter with their own dialogue.
Ms. Hubner is co-founder and president of the North Texas Printmakers Guild, and serves as exhibit curator at the Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary. She runs an active printmaking studio in the Historic District of McKinney, TX, where non-toxic processes are stressed. An independent artist, lecturer, educator and national workshop facilitator, Ms. Hubner specializes in relief printmaking in its many permutations.