Lynne is founder and owner of Davis-Cheney Art Gallery, one of San Tan Valley’s first art galleries. While her favorite medium is acrylic, Lynne is also talented in oil and pencil as well. Throughout this site you will experience and have a chance to purchase some of Lynne's works.
A little background about the artist Lynne Loss.
San Tan Valley artist Lynne Loss was born in Vinita, Oklahoma and has been painting and drawing for nearly 40 years.
Lynne is an artist who believes that life is more beautiful through art. Lynne’s talent has developed over the years and each painting is a unique blend of personal experiences, artistic perspective and individuality. One of Lynne’s paintings, the “Pink Bearded Iris” was painted for the American Marketing Association for Education. A print was sent to former Vice President Richard Cheney and was displayed in the White House for several years. The painting remains in Cheney’s personal collection. Lynne also has her own line of hand painted greeting cards, which are available for purchase online. The greeting cards are beautiful, unique and perfect for wedding invitations, thank you or any special occasion. Lynne is an active member of the community and was recently honored by the Daughters of the American Revolution and was awarded the NSDAR American Heritage Women in the Arts Award on May 18, 2013. The Award recognizes women for outstanding achievements in the non-performance arts. Lynne also illustrated her first book, “The Putz Family in DejaVille” which is available at bookstores worldwide and on Amazon.com.
Hand-Painted Greeting Cards Are Available for Purchase in the Web Store. Check them all out.
High-Quality Prints of These Paintings Are Available for Purchase. Size: 11" x 14" Framed.
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This original Acrylic painting of this American Flag/ Eagle was donated in 2010 to Pinal County Arizona Sheriff Paul Babeu. It was sold to Filmographers Charles and Monique Breen and resides in California. The only two Canvas prints reside in the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office and the home of Pinal County Supervisor Cheryl Chase. The First Art Paper Print was donated to the Johnson Ranch Children’s Library. All other prints will be printed on art rag paper.
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