Jenny Lynn is an accomplished photo-based artist whose work has been widely published and exhibited. Her work is included in museum collections such as the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Center for Creative Photography, and the Norton Museum of Art, as well as many private collections.
Jenny's unique and varied work ranges from conceptual photographs to photograms, collages, and sculptural/functional pieces. Best described as a "media mix," her artwork has been featured in Photo District News, The New Yorker, and ZOOM International magazines, as well as on book covers for such publishers as Random House and Simon & Schuster. Jenny is also known for the widely-seen magazine advertisement ABSOLUT LYNN, commissioned for the “Absolut Artists” series. Her largest project to date is "Dreams in Transit" a 10-foot by 30-foot public art piece commissioned by New Jersey Transit, permanently installed at the 9th Street Station in Hoboken, New Jersey.
Jenny conceived and edited an illustrated book about the eye in art, EyeBook: Sixty Artists. One Subject, which was published in 2015 by the fine art publisher Damiani, of Bologna, Italy. She has taught and lectured at colleges, universities, and professional organizations throughout the country. Her retrospective monograph, PhotoPlay, features numerous examples of her inventive works.
"It was very fun and informative working with a live model, guided by an expert portrait photographer. Jenny has a wonderful manner. She is very flexible, encouraging, and skilled." Mary
"Jenny's workshop, Working with a Live Model, was great! She gave plenty of feedback and had excellent ideas." Steve
"Jenny is a skilled photographic artist and did a good job leading the group." Charles
"Jenny was very supportive and provide constructive criticism in a warm and non threatening manner. I left the workshop with such an empowered feeling that I have decided that I want to try another class." Kathy
"Jenny is the perfect instructor. She is not only skilled, but able to communicate her knowledge kindly and sensitively. It is amazing to receive instruction from such a talented and well-known artist." Mary P
"I came hoping for new insights into the art and craft of photographic composition. I was not disappointed. Jenny Lynn guided our group very capably, challenging us each to try new viewpoints, to manage exposure and depth-of-field, and to explore with the camera." Richard