Linda Lynch

Drawing

Linda Lynch

With Lines

Notes on preceding pages:

Title and medium information on drawings where it does not otherwise appear. All works by Linda Lynch.
  

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Infinite Molt   pastel pigment and graphite on cotton paper, 30 x 44 inches, 2014

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from the loss of wind and grass, VI   graphite, soluble pencil, and gesso on Japanese rice paper, collage, 10 x 7 inches, 2014

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in the dark hour of forlorn this   inkjet and soluble pencil on inkjet print paper, 11 x 8 1/2 inches, 2013

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from the belly of melancholy this:   inkjet and soluble pencil on inkjet print paper, 11 x 8 1/2 inches, 2014

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the road to melancholy road   inkjet and soluble pencil on inkjet print paper, 11 x 8 1/2 inches, 2014

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Pathos, II   pastel pigment on cotton paper, 30 x 18 inches, 2012

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Line(s), I, II, and III   ink on cotton paper, 8 x 8 inches, 2009

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Cover, Hinge Trio a book of poems and drawings published by La Alameda Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 2012, 81 pages, paperback
  

Hinge Theory

Hinge is, by its intrinsic vita, a form of language architecture exploding with immense poetic power and subtlety in revealing the interconnectedness of ideas, realizations and creative unfoldings. It is a dawn breaking forth with an uncountable multiplicity of rays, combustible, energizing, precipitous, and fertile. One takes a stallion ride on the language with Hinge, rather than herding words like cattle into a barn. Persons, minds, bodies, spirits, and souls inhabit language, and are cohabited by language. Hinge describes a meme as more than idea: it is a living Word riding on the journey of the genes, mutating them and guiding them toward their ultimate incarnate destiny. Hinge is a meme with the capacity to operate in an unlimited number of directions simultaneously. Language is known by circularity and fertility; it does not proceed out of the mouth of the Creator to return void. It flows out, back, and creates, in small circles, in concentric circles, in overlappings, eddies and tides. Hinge takes what has been viewed as a two dimensional sea, and expands its reality to four dimensions, including Time.

— from An Introductory “Manual” for Hinge Theory by Michael Annis, Howling Dog Press
  

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Works of art © Linda Lynch

Poems © Heller Levinson