Source: Used with permission from the artist from the Creative Women of Color website.
Lynne Prillerman, is a 2-dimensional visual artist residing in Columbus, OH. She holds a B.A. in Art Education and is a retired art educator of 34 years from the Columbus City School District, Columbus, Ohio.
She has exhibited both locally and nationally at universities, galleries, and in group and one-woman shows. She is a nationally published artist, who published the art calendar "And a Child Shall Lead Them" and she started the art movement "Real men don't Sag" for the urban communities across the country.
"Knowing that every good and perfect gift comes from above," it is my desire to create images in in various mediums that will allow you to explore spirituality through the arts. I am also a portrait artist that uses our human experience to create an avenue that allows us to embrace one another. Hopefully through viewing my art, you can relate to the pains and joys of life. Believing all things are possible and that Hope is available to you.
Peace and Blessings,
Come view the photographs, prints, and drawings on display at the Library, 2nd floor through November, 2014.
Each work is shown below, followed by a brief description supplied by the artist.
If you are interested in purchasing any of these prints, please contact the artist, Lynne Prillerman directly, (614) 946-7534.
Are you an artist living and working in the Columbus, Ohio area?
Are you interested in exhibiting your artwork in the Columbus State Library?
For more information, contact Shona Nicol
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