Lynn Wallace Page

While living in Japan and Belgium, Lynn took classes in Ikebana, Sumie, oil painting, silk painting and flower arranging. She also did research and made costumes for the American theater in Japan and at the International School of Brussels. While her children were in elementary school, she wrote an art history book for mothers to bring information on good art in a fun way. She has taught flower arranging at a church retreat. In the late 1990’s, she had several entries in the juried shows with the Fine Arts Society of Kennesaw. She was invited to be in a three man show at The Art Place Mountain View Gallery and at the Marietta-Cobb Art Museum. One of her first quilts is in the Georgia Riverkeepers collection. In 2003, her 911 quilt was on display at The International Quilt Show in Houston, Texas. She has had quilts on display in Turlock, California, in a traveling art exhibit and at The Palmetto Quilt Show in Hilton Head, S.C. as well as The Gallery SPACE in Savannah, Ga.