News : 2020

"Welcoming Lynn Malin "

Born and raised in Edmonton, Lynn Malin was educated at the University of Alberta and then the University of Toronto.  After extensive travels overseas which involved further education in France and some early experiments with painting, she commenced her professional career by teaching art at Harry Ainley High School in Edmonton. 

Since the early 1980s, Lynn Malin turned to painting full time.  first, with watercolours and later, with acrylics and oils both on canvas, paper and lexan.  Malin has also worked collaboratively in sculpture and installation. Her works are displayed in the public domain in downtown Edmonton and at the University of Alberta.

Lynn Malin has attended various workshops and residencies including the Emma Lake Workshop at the University of Saskatchewan, a self-directed residency at the Banff centre for the Arts, the Gushel Studio in Blairmore at the University of Lethbridge, and the Leighton Colony Residencies at the Banff Centre.