SchwebachArts

Art That Opens Doors

Fort Collins, Colorado · 12 Sales

SchwebachArts

Art That Opens Doors

Fort Collins, Colorado 12 Sales On Etsy since 2016

5 out of 5 stars
(10)

Announcement   Check out my other website at www.schwebacharts.com. And get your Tom Petty print (here on Etsy) in honor of his 40th anniversary tour!

Announcement

Last updated on Jun 6, 2017

Check out my other website at www.schwebacharts.com. And get your Tom Petty print (here on Etsy) in honor of his 40th anniversary tour!

Lynn Schwebach

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5 out of 5 stars
(10)
Karen wallenberg

Karen wallenberg on Apr 18, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Absolutely stunning! The colors in this egg are so pretty! I just want to look at it over and over! Lynn's talent is remarkable! Her paintings on both paper and eat eggs are breathtaking!

Karen wallenberg

Karen wallenberg on Apr 18, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

This is one of the eggs I purchased for my daughters....so lovely and colorful! The stand comes with it and the egg can fit in it both ways. I am so satisfied with this lovely painted egg!

Karen wallenberg

Karen wallenberg on Apr 18, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

This egg is so beautiful! I received one as a gift and ordered 3 more for my daughters and daughter in law...all different patterns and they were all so gorgeous! The colors are so vibrant! Love it!!

cherihaynes2

cherihaynes2 on Mar 14, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Wow! This is even more beautiful than I thought. The colors are rich and vibrant, and perfect with my Easter decorations. In fact, this is going to stay out all year!

cherihaynes2

cherihaynes2 on Feb 11, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

What a marvelous piece! Abstract yet so evocative of the cockatoo, soft colors and bold brush strokes! I can't image any space that wouldn't be beautifiedby this gem!

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About

Organic Shapes that Represent Emotions

Life as an artist began in my head, as a child, escaping Chicago’s South Side. The street I lived on ended in train tracks, littered with debris from a nearby garbage dump. Crime happened outside my front door. But I found respite at my grandfather’s house where I watched him paint mountains, streams, flowers and eccentric faces that spoke to me of something beyond my day-to-day existence.

Today I see the foothills of the Rocky Mountains at the end of my street. Flowers dot open fields at the base of soaring hills, creeks and fallen rocks. Colors change as the day progresses. It’s as if I have walked into one of my grandfather’s paintings.

Over the years, art has taken on a significance that goes beyond escapism. Like most people, I have lived through times of extreme joy and heartbreaking sadness—sometimes inexplicably at the same time. Only through art can I process and express the simultaneous range of feelings that words cannot explain. Organic shapes and textures lure me into subjects that often combine conflicting emotions. It’s the space between opposing emotions that captures my interest. Through my art, I want to create a walkway into a transcendent place where easily defined emotions don’t apply. This is the essence of my personal artistic style.

I left Chicago in 1987, and I began my professional life as a writer. In 1993, I began taking art classes and workshops from a number of Wyoming and Colorado artists. Inspiration surrounds my home in Colorado, but I also travel to faraway places—always searching for new ways to express complex emotions.

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