"My subject matter is often of the very simplistic, every day objects that are often overlooked. Old doors, chipping paint, battered fence posts and rusty padlocks. To me they represent a passing of time – though in their declining state still retain a powerful presence". - Lynne Iggulden
In 2009, Lynne was invited along with 760 other artists from around the world to exhibit at the highly prestigious ‘Florence Biennale’ in Florence, Italy at which her highly detailed work drew a lot of interest. She was also one of the few artists mentioned in an article written about the Florence Biennale Exhibition.
Her art can be found in private collections both in New Zealand and around the world.
Awards / Exhibitions
1996: First Prize, Les Batkin Memorial Award, Franklin Arts Festival
2000: Third Prize, Water Colour Category, The Royal Easter Show, Auckland
2004: Merit Award, ‘Its Great to Be an Artist Exhibition’, NZ Fellowship of Artists
2009: Exhibited at the 7th Edition of the ‘Florence Biennale, Florence , Italy
2011: Exhibited at the ‘Home & Abroad’ Exhibition New York City, America
2011: Participated in the ‘World Tour Exhibition of Contemporary Art, London
2013: Judge for the Supreme Art Award for the Tauranga Art Society.
2014: Solo exhibition ‘Detailed Perspective’ at A & E Gallery, Napier
2015: ‘Make Mine Blue Tops’, featured in the OCTA Associates Corp. Calendar
2015: Painting – ‘Cass Glorious Cass’, featured in the 2016, Artists Impressions of New Zealand’ Calendar