The New Matrix Series, 2005

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The New Matrix, 2005, blue and black colored pencil on rag paper, 22.5 inches square
the new matrix (charcoal) 05
The New Matrix, 2005, charcoal on rag paper, 22.5 inches square
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The New Matrix, 2005, black colored pencil on rag paper, 22.5 inches square
the new matrix (ink) 05
The New Matrix, 2005, ink on rag paper, 22.5 inches square
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The New Matrix, 2005, pencil on rag paper, 22.5 inches square
the new matrix (red & black colored pencil) 05
The New Matrix, 2005,  red and black colored pencil on rag paper, 22.5 inches square
the new matrix (yellow & black colored pencil) 05
The New Matrix, 2005, yellow and black colored pencil on rag paper, 22.5 inches square

 

 

 

Video of Wall Drawing Installation, Oresman Gallery, Smith College, 2008

Staying Connected: A Drawing Improvisation from Lyn Horton on Vimeo.

Wall Installation, Oresman Gallery, Smith College, 2008

The title of this show was “Staying Connected.” It was dedicated to Sol LeWitt, who passed away on April 8, 2007.

 

Wall Drawing- Smith, view from entrance to gallery) 08-9
View from Gallery entrance
Wall Drawing -Smith (left wall) 08-9
View of left-hand wall
Wall Drawing- Smith (end wall) 08-9
View of end wall
Wall Drawing-Smith (right wall) 08-9
View of right-hand wall
Wall Drawing- Smith ( detail mid left corner) 08-9
Detail where left-hand wall meets the end wall

Traveling With Angels Series, 2003

This series is concerned with the death of my mother, my divorce with my husband and the prospect of being alone. Each drawing is 50 inches in height by approximately 72 inches wide. They are mixed media: watercolor crayon and charcoal.

 

Traveling with Angels #1

Traveling with Angels #2

Traveling with Angels #3

Traveling with Angels #4

Traveling with Angels #5

 

Traveling with Angels #6

Traveling with Angels #7

 

Traveling with Angels #8

Traveling with Angels #9

Black Panel Series, 2015

Lyn Horton, Black panel with blue, 2015, 36 in h x 14 in w, marker and colored pencil on black gouache on rag paper
Black panel with blue, 2015, 36 in h x 14 in w, marker and colored pencil on black gouache on rag paper
Lyn Horton, Black panel with crimson red, 2015, 36 in h x 14 in w, marker and colored pencil on black gouache on rag paper
Black panel with crimson red, 2015, 36 in h x 14 in w, marker and colored pencil on black gouache on rag paper
Lyn Horton, Black panel with green, 2015, 36 in h x 14 in w, marker and colored pencil on black gouache on rag paper
 Black panel with green, 2015, 36 in h x 14 in w, marker and colored pencil on black gouache on rag paper
Lyn Horton, Black panel with greyed lavender, 2015, 36 in h x 14 in w, marker and colored pencil on black gouache on rag paper
Black panel with greyed lavender, 2015, 36 in h x 14 in w, marker and colored pencil on black gouache on rag paper
Lyn Horton, Black panel with putty beige, 2015, 36 in h x 14 in w, marker and colored pencil on black gouache on rag paper
Black panel with putty beige, 2015, 36 in h x 14 in w, marker and colored pencil on black gouache on rag paper

70 ” Square Black & White Drawing, 2014

70 inch Square drawing Black on White, 2014

 

Maxwell MacKenzie Photo of Lyn Horton, 70 in Square Black and White drawing, Lobby of Cafritz Building, Connecticut Avenue, Washington, DC, Architect Eric Colbert
Architectural photographer Maxwell MacKenzie’s photograph of drawing installed in the lobby of the Cafritz building at 5333 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, DC; Eric Colbert, architect.

Interior Design Installation, 2013

 

Mary Douglas Drysdale again used my work in one of her designs.

Click photo to link up with a larger photo as written up on Luxe Magazine.

MDD, Washington DC townhouse
My drawings, double-hung, mid-photograph.

 

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The two drawings are shown here in my first solo show at CrossMackenzie when the space was on Dupont Circle (all work mine except for the ceramic cylinder in bottom photo).

 

Interior Design Installations, 2016

Mary Douglas Drysdale, the reputed interior designer, incorporated my work in her bathroom design for a new line of bathroom fixtures created by American Standard.

This innovative styling won the National Kitchen and Bath Association award, 2014.

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Mary uses my work again for her leading work in Home & Design magazine.

Mary Douglas Drysdale, Top Designer in Home and Design

 

 

The Forest, 2010

The Forest, 2010
Black and white marker on gouache on black rag paper. Details below.

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