Lynn Creighton


Portrait © Donna Granata 2011

Lynn Creighton believes that life is a spiritual journey and that it is this quest which allows artists to connect with the ideas they hope to express. The contours of her bronze and clay works reveal captured joy and portray women reveling in their own sexuality, the “core resource of the sacredness of life, a gift and a blessing”. Lynn calls women to embrace their innate nature, to awaken to who they really are, and reveal their truth to the world as they celebrate their own life. Lynn has exhibited internationally and is represented in numerous public collections. She is an accomplished teacher, having taught at UCLA Extension, Moorpark Community College and Loyola Marymount University. She is a member of the California Lutheran University faculty.

Lynn Creighton’s in-depth oral history and documentation took place in 2007, Co-Sponsored by Meg & Jim Easton and Patricia & David Herman. The FOTM Archive contains extensive information about this artist.