18" x 18"
7000 E. Tanque Verde Road, Ste. 7, Tucson, Arizona 85715
North side of Tucson Desert Art Museum
(520) 202-3888 | firstname.lastname@example.org
18" x 18"
12" x 12"
4" x 4"
Rhett Lynch lives and works in Alameda, New Mexico. In his thirty plus years as a professional artist, he has found expression in a variety of mediums: hand-woven tapestries, sculpture, drawings, monotypes, paintings in oil and acrylic, writing, acting in films, and developing the motion picture production company, Heap Big Films.
Always seeking to expand his visual vocabulary, Rhett consistently experiments with various materials in order to bring more power, life, and intensity to his art. Rhett's broad range of subject matter: the human form, animals, landscapes, icons, archetypes, myth and legend, are depicted realistically to pure abstract, whimsical to mystical. Rhett refers to his work as a visual journal, recording his experiences as a tourist of life. His work is a testament to the deeply powerful symbols found in the well of his indigenous heritage. His work conveys a universal message, which crosses all cults and boundaries.
Although varying greatly in medium and subject matter, all of Rhett’s work contains a common thread, intensity of color interwoven with multifaceted intent. His painting and writing are deeply personal, complex and moving.
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