Lynn Marshall-Linnemeier, Art and Community

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Beneath the Ogirishi Tree

The Journey Projects has moved back into the studio.  Pierre Coiron of Stability Engineering has approved the weight limits for the sculpture and Jason Smith of Smithworks Iron and Design, is forging the Ogirishi Tree out of steel, while I tackle the ornamentation for the […]

Sculpture Update

   

Sculpture Update

   

The Journey Projects at Southwest Library, Atlanta, GA

The Journey Projects was at Southwest Library on October 22 for an amazing Gathering Circle. Some residents waited for more than an hour to have their photographs scanned. I really appreciate their patience.  The photographs that were shared bore witness to the spirit of South […]

The Journey Projects at Southwest Library, Atlanta, GA

The Journey Projects was at Southwest Library on October 22 for an amazing Gathering Circle. Some residents waited for more than an hour to have their photographs scanned. I really appreciate their patience.  The photographs that were shared bore witness to the spirit of South […]

Young Photographers!

The commission awarded by the Fulton County Commission is the largest awarded to me and the Journey Projects to date. I  immediately thought about the notion of sustainability, which includes not only supporting local merchants  but  also sustaining local artists.  The commission presents the opportunity […]

The Journey Projects in South Fulton County!!!!

The Journey Projects will be at Atlanta-Fulton County Public Library Southwest Branch on Saturday, from 1:30 – 5:30 gathering photographs of ancestors who have transitioned from South Fulton County residents. The photographs will be included in the artwork for the library’s multipurpose room. You can […]

Wolf Creek Project Begins

The Journey Projects at Wolf Creek has begun. Students from South Fulton and South West Arts Centers participated in a cyanotype workshop. The students had a great discovering the magic of the medium.  In addition to the workshop, students photographers began learning about photography and will […]

Catching Up, In Progress

Reposted from FB. This is a self-portrait study for Angels In Straight Jackets, the Central State Hospital Project. I am working from research by Mab Segrest. We are particularly interested in intake documents of patients committed there. Charis LoveJoy (not her real name), an African American […]

I have been offered a little house…

Wednesday, March 20, 2013. A generous patron has offered me the use of a little house in Madison, Georgia. It has four rooms, including the kitchen. I was told that the house had not been lived in for quite some time  so I had no […]