Current Shows


The Art House Gallery Small Works Show, 4425 Cherokee St., Acworth Ga. Nov. 2 -Dec. 21, 2019. This show features several of Lynn's paintings and mixed media pieces, as well as her mosaic pendants and hand painted necklace sets. Call 678-543-5777 for more information.

Douglas County Cultural Arts Council, 8652 Campbellton St., Douglasville Ga. Dec. 2-20, 2019. Lynn is very honored to have been chosen as the Council's Pop Up Artist for the month of December! Here you'll find her one-of-a-kind jewelry creations, paintings, handmade cards, collaged notebooks and much more, all ideal for holiday giving. 770-949-2877 for more info.

Holiday Gift Shop at the Rosenwald School, Cherokee St. across from Logan Park, Acworth Ga. Sat. Dec. 7 , 10 a.m.- 3 p.m. and Sun. Dec. 8, 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. Come browse an amazing selection of handmade gifts and meet the 20 artists who made them. Shop for pottery, jewelry, home decor items, fine art, cards and stationery and so much more in the historic Rosenwald School!! Plenty of free parking. Call 678-543-5777 for more information.

Saturday, May 26, 2018

A Thought for Sunday, May 27, 2018

"Cats are intended to teach us .that not everything in nature has a purpose." -- Garrison Keillor

Sunday, May 20, 2018

A Thought for Sunday, May 20, 2018

"Without Freedom or Liberty, creativity cannot exist." -- Richard Diaz

Saturday, May 19, 2018

Artist Tip: Avoid Plumbers!

It's a fact: Acrylic paint and plumbing just don't mix. Yet cleaning brushes calls for water. To avoid gumming up your pipes with globs of paint, here are some steps you can take to avoid costly clogs:

1. When you're done painting, rid your brushes of as much paint as you can by wiping them off on a piece of scrap paper. (Sometimes this results in papers you can later use for collage.)
2. Next, use a paper towel or rag to remove as much lingering paint residue as you can from the bristles.
3.Then vigorously swish the brush back and forth in a large container or tub of clean water.
4. Now proceed to clean your brush thoroughly with Murphy Oil Soap under running tap water. By the time you reach this final step, there should be only a negligible amount of paint left to find its way down your drain.

©2018 Lynn Edwards

Sunday, May 13, 2018

A Thought for Sunday, May 13, 2018

"If you think there's a solution, you're a part of the problem." -- George Carlin

Sunday, May 6, 2018

A Thought for Sunday, May 6, 2018

"Any marriage that survives a big wedding can probably survive." -- Malcolm Forbes