2691 Sombrero Blvd Marathon FL 33050
P: (305) 731-8683
M. ANN LYNCH Key West Artist
Since arriving in the Keys in 1984, Ann has relished the opportunity to paint the beautiful flora, landscapes, marine life, and creatures here. The Key's sunlight makes her subject matter all the more spectacular with the sharp contrasts and diverse color hues. She also uses her camera to capture special scenes from her various travels around the globe to bring them to life with her brush. She has a BA degree from the University of Cincinnati. She is a signature member of the Florida Watercolor Society as well as an Associate member of the American Watercolor Society & National Watercolor Society. She is a Board member of the Florida Keys Watercolor Society serving for over 20 years and currently a Board Member of the FL Keys Council of the Arts.
Ann welcomes you to this site!
She is always interested in what you have enjoyed about her art.
If you have any interest in contacting her please feel free to do so!
More About Ann's education!
M. Ann Lynch has a BA in Art from the University of Cincinnati in 1972, her hometown.
She studied graphic design for the most part, then transferred into Art Education.
She has taken continuing educational classes from some nationally known artists to further her skills.
More About Ann's Community Involvement!
M. Ann Lynch has been a member of the Florida Keys Watercolor Society since her arrival in the Florida Keys in 1984. She has received numerous awards in their Annual Judged Show. She has also served on the board of directors in four different positions accumulating twenty-plus years of service. She is also a signature member of the Florida Watercolor Society (the largest state watercolor society in the country). In her spare time, she has held several community service positions on the board of the Florida Keys Council of the Arts of Monroe County. She was also a past board member of the Marathon Community Theater serving in several different positions, set design being one of them. Currently, she is also lending a hand in the Marathon Library Book Discussion Club.