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The Carrboro Art Center
300G East Main Street
Fitch Lumber Company, which has been in Carrboro since 1923, is the kind of place where customers say hi to each other in passing. It is a place where a dog begs for a treat from the store's supply of dog biscuits, family portraits hang on the walls and t...
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Lynn Bregman Blass was born ...
Lynn Bregman Blass was born and raised in New York City but spent most of her adult life living in California and Colorado.
She and her family moved to North Carolina four years ago.
is both an artist and a family therapist, finding that each has enriched the other.
therapy work she
has explored the relationship between inner narratives and what we create in our lives as a result of these stories.
By examining these concepts she
began creating paintings and mixed media installations exploring the containers and stories that we hold in our lives.
looks for objects, situations, visual information that reflects history.
Lynn teaches encaustic workshops for The Carrboro Art Center and has taught many of the artists currently working in encaustic in the Triangle.
has had numerous juried, solo and group shows through out in the US.
Dare County Arts Council
Lynn Bregman Blass has gone from muse to artist in the last 14 years.
Involved in the arts & art scene in Los Angeles during the 1970's, her perspective comes from participation in performance art pieces, mixed media and involvement in the lives of many of LA's most interesting artists.
In 1995 she began to further her own creative voice and began to create on a more personal level.
This led to many solo and group exhibitions across the country.
Lynn has found a medium in encaustic that currently resonates with what she is trying to achieve.
Most recently she had a collaborative installation that combined encaustic and photography in the Durham Art Guild 60th Anniversary juried show and is currently working on a community project for Chapel Hill Public Art Commission to be exhibited in May 2009.
She has been teaching Encaustic Art for the Carrboro Arts Center for the last three years.
Lynn lives in Chapel Hill with her husband and teenage son.