“At her latest Cornell University exhibition, the University graciously purchased one of her pieces for their private collection.”
In an effort to aid in the healing of the wounded planet, this Finger Lakes New York artist gently weaves dreams, myths and emotions into haunting images that speak the universal language of the spirit. First Nation’s Wisdom, Goddess lore and mystic dreams are the palette from which she draws inspiration, transforming the ordinary into magical journeys of the soul.
With pencil, pastel, acrylic and water colour, Lynn Capani-Czebiniak calls up the spirits of lost memories and the ghosts of childhood’s dreams, beckoning the viewer into communion with the Universe. Enter her dream world and embark on a sojourn into a space of healing energy.
Indigo & Morpheus
Over the past 21 years, this Finger Lakes New York artist has been fulfilling her life’s purpose of earth healing by making her art internationally accessible.
Since very early childhood, Lynn felt the undeniable desire to share art as her life’s purpose. Today, in an effort to make her healing work accessible to everyone to whom it calls, her original art works are also available as archival prints, cards (with text written by the artist), bookmarks and magnets.
An active and vivid dream time is the source for many of her art pieces, and Lynn has been honoured over the years with 16 magazine covers. Her work was published in a book entitled “The Ribbon” (Lark Publishing), as well as in “American Craft Magazine”. The Peace Museum in Chicago, Illinois is home to a quilt piece fashioned by the artist, which was inspired by a grassroots effort to promote world peace.
The Home of Loloba
A number of her paintings and drawings have found their way to homes and businesses in China, Australia, Japan and Switzerland, in addition to many areas of the United States. One of Lynn’s magazine covers, featuring a piece entitled “The Animus in the 7th Stage of Initiation”, was eventually purchased by the New Jersey magazine. Subsequently the rights were purchased by a Manhattan company for t-shirts and the like.
At her latest Cornell University exhibition, the University graciously purchased one of her pieces for their private collection. Lynn’s work is available in select shops throughout the United States, particularly at Gallery 41 in Owego, NY, in addition to accessibility through Acorn Designs, out of Trumansburg, NY.
You can find more of Lynn Capani-Czebiniak’s work on her website.