Join us for the opening reception of Love, What’s It To Ya’ on July 13, 2019 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Museum galleries and courtyard. Admission is Free for Museum members, $5 for nonmembers.
Lynn Creighton is a sculptor creating bronze female figures of women experiencing the full vibratory rate of their inner core. They are metaphors for women awakening to the gift of their own energy and what it is meant to do.
These figures represent women learning to celebrate their own lives from a deep inner connection to the creator profoundly sensed as the creator creates through them. These are women experiencing their lives from the source of all energy, discovering who they are and what they are meant to be and do in the joyful enactment of life.
Creighton’s female figures are abstractions, or, more precisely and meaningfully, essentialities. In strictly art historical terms they are related to the pioneering visions of Henry Moore, Jean Arp, or Constantin Brancusi. Like theirs, Creighton’s is modernist work in which only essence is left.