Lynn Lane's Photography and Art

I'm a professional photographer/artist living in Houston, Texas and I teach at the Houston Center for Photography. In my photography, I primarily shoot editorial, dance, portrait and documentary based work. I also draw and paint various things. I was recently named one of Houston's Top "100 Creatives" by the Houston Press.

I use this blog as kind of a running train of thought about my work. Take a look at my website to see my portfolio: Lynn Lane Photography

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Tonight I did a little sketch of an old fishmonger in my Moleskine sketchbook. Drawing a little tonight to clear my head.

After a long but great day, tonight I decided draw in my little Moleskine sketchbook to pass some time and relax…

Sketching various characters that pop up on the television tonight on my pocket sized Moleskine sketchbook. Each one took roughly 15-20 minutes but are a fun way to pass time tonight…

Another quick and loose 15 minute character study that I drew in my pocket Moleskine sketchbook of someone who popped up on tv whilst I’m sitting here watching shows that I recorded this week. Just passing some time today.

Sitting here watching tv and sketching characters in my little Moleskine sketchbook that roll across the screen.

Dancer: Laura Gutierrez
Photographer: Lynn Lane

Just finished this quick study of Caravaggio’s “Young Sick Bacchus”. Just killing some time and clearing my head tonight. This is graphite and pen and ink in my Moleskine sketchbook and I spent about 30-45 minutes on it.

Here’s a quick 30 minute study of Caravaggio’s San Gerolamo that I just finished. This is a graphite and pen and ink drawing in my little Moleskine sketchbook. Caravaggio has probably influenced me in all aspects of my art and photography throughout my life more than any other artist. I became obsessed with him as a child because of his mastery of narrative and chiaroscuro.

Always a great day when you find out you have a large photo in the New York Times arts section! I shot this photo of The opera “The Passenger” that is currently being performed at Lincoln Center in NYC.

Things I see…

Photography is an immediate reaction, drawing is a meditation.

Henri Cartier-Bresson

Just finished this little still-life study in my sketchbook. It’s been a great day to just sit around and draw on this rainy Memorial Day….

Just killing some time and decided to do a quick little still life study in my sketchbook…

Just got in from a coffee at Double Trouble and sat by the window sketching what I saw whilst the rain came down…

Spent a little time at the Cullen Sculpture Garden today doing a little plein air/urban sketching to relax on this holiday weekend. The sculpture garden was designed by Isamu Noguchi and is connected to the Glassell School which is a part of the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.

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