Lynda Cornwell

Corsican Pine, sepia
Eagle and Magpie
Oak, Bagley Wood, sepia
Oak, Pan Starks, gold leaf
Oak, Pan Starks, sepia, white and gold

Fine Artist

Lynda Cornwell is an artist and tutor whose practice is based upon drawing, but which includes installation and photography. Lynda has taught in Further Education and privately for many years. She holds a BA in Fine Art Practice, an MA in Drawing as Process and is a City and Guilds qualified teacher. Lynda is currently working on various projects in the community including one for the 2012 Cultural Olympiad, refurbishing a Bird Hide near Tring.

"At the root of all my art is drawing — it is always the start point and sometimes the end point of my work. I use photography both as inspiration for, and a complement to my drawing. Sometimes my images become an installation."

"I use a variety of materials: inks to give vibrant colour, oils to create delicate blends and graphite and foils to add light and movement. I particularly enjoy using translucent and reflective materials incorporating anything that captures my imagination."

"I work out of Commercial Square Studios in High Wycombe, a thriving community of artists in many disciplines. I have developed my individual approach through experimentation and innovation."