About Lynn Anju
For twelve years beginning in 1970, I was a productive ceramic artist. I studied at the De Young Museum in San Francisco, Washington State University in Pullman and the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA. It was during these years that I began my fascination with surface design.
I maintained a connection with this realm as a graphic designer for fifteen years. While studying metals at the Seattle Art Institute, I was drawn to the etching process as a combination of surface design and texture. This process has been my work for the last ten years.
My inspiration comes from the natural world, medieval European tapestries and armor.