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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Finished my little 11”x17” prismacolor pencil drawing that I started last night. It was fun using a medium I hadn’t used for years. I love the ability to build lots of layers of varying colors to create volume.

Worthless cat try to play his card at hanging out with my work in progress. Stupid cat…

Quick two minute sketch of this kid sitting on the sofa at Doshi’s coffee shop in the Third Ward of Houston today…

A little urban sketching to unwind my mind…

Sketching downtown at the square to unwind my head…

Coffee and sketching to unwind my head before doing some editing today…group of people enjoying their morning at Doshi.

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Work on Progress: I’ve made some progress on this 16”x20” watercolor/pen and ink that I started the other day of this vacant grain silo that I’ve been obsessed with since I moved back to Texas. It’s like dinosaur relic on the landscape of a time past yet incredibly intriguing as an unintentional abandoned modern sculpture.

Went on a little shopping spree today at my favorite art supply spot in Houston: Art Supply on Main and picked up a nice selection of Holbein watercolors. Its one of my favorite brands. Super excited to put them to use!

"The Dying Swan"
Choreography: Adaptation by Jonathan Charles and Romney Thomas from the choreography of Mikhail Fokine for Anna Pavlova (premiere 1905)
Lighting Design: Eric Marsh
Costume Design: Rebecca Cobo, Kristen Newsom and Brittani Gannon

Photographer: Lynn Lane

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