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bronze sculpture, Continuum 2

Artist Statement

I have discovered that my artistic creativity has grown and evolved over the last few years.  Most journeys in life start down a path that changes with all the twists and turns and forks in the road.  Just like in life, my artistic path, which previously has expressed itself in original found object art, has changed direction to  sculpting clay to be cast into bronze sculptures.


My original found object art was my way of putting into physical expression real life events and my own personal experiences.  My visceral connection and reaction to these events were visualized as images in my mind which were then transformed into art.


I have recently discovered that I can express this same connection to life’s experiences through bronze sculptures. I am exploring a new depth of creativity through the sculpting process, from the initial marquette to the full size model sculpted with my hands and clay tools which is then cast in bronze at the art foundry.  It is an intimate process and I pour my soul into each piece.


Bronze sculpture, Continuum 2

Lynn Dodge holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Exhibit / Graphic design from California State University Northridge.  In 2015, after a successful career running the exhibit and graphic arts departments, Lynn decided to pursue her passion as a found object artist.  With the experience of her career, Lynn is able to combine the technical aspect of design with the intuitive inspirations from life around her.

Lynn’s focus on found objects coincides with her passion for protecting and preserving our environment.  By repurposing materials into art she hopes to promote environmental awareness with the end goal of changing the often negative effects humankind has on our planet

The Tribute Project, In memory of the 343 firefighters who perished on September 11, 2001

The Tribute Project

While Lynn is honored that her commercial pieces find their way into people’s homes and businesses, she is most proud of her charitable art projects.  In 2001 Lynn began the Tribute Project where she turned her vision of a helmet and an American flag into 343 bronze sculptures that were created as gifts to the families of firefighters who perished on 9/11.  

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