LYNN CREIGHTON’S BRONZES WILL BE ON EXHIBIT IN THE WAV IN UNIT P313 DURING ARTWALK ON JULY 19 AND 20.
YOU WILL ALSO FIND THEM IN A POD ON VENTURA AVENUE, AT STUDIO 1317 (@1317 VENTURA AVENUE), AND AT THE MUSEUM ON MAIN STREET
Lynn Creighton is a clay artist creating bronze female figures that demonstrate the capacity of women to fully celebrate their own lives, energy, and potential. These bronzes have been exhibited across the United States, in France (three times), in Luxembourg, Japan, and South Africa. They have appeared in the Los Angeles Times. the Ventura Star, the Ventura Breeze, and dozens of other publications. They have been awarded many prizes. Studio 1317 on Ventura Avenue is the location for the explorations that produce these figures. It is her involvement with participating in and leading Native American Transformational ceremonies (purification lodges, vision-quests, prayer dances) that awakened her to the life-mission of awakening women to their authentic natures.