Lynn was born in Ireland and after many years of moving and travelling worldwide now lives by the coast in Adelaide, South Australia with her family.
She exhibits her paintings regularly at Art Images Gallery in Adelaide’s CBD and has produced designs for international Art Licensing & Fine Art publishing companies. Her designs are described as “relaxing, calm, Boho; creating an oasis in the home”.
“The landscape in Adelaide is a dry, desert climate which grows many stunning succulents, cacti and plant life with incredible shapes and patterns. These feature in my artwork alongside tribal markings of lines and dots which help me feel connected to my Irish past intertwined with my Australian present.” Lynn Mack 2019
- BA Hons Fine Art, Dublin, Ireland
- Wellness and Art Certificate, University of Tasmania, Australia.
- Cert 3 Individual Support, Australia.
2018 “Beauty in the broken, the Irish in Kapunda”. Kapunda Art Gallery, South Australia. Click here for Northern Argus Newspaper listing.
2017 “Unearthed”. Art & Archaeology paintings at Flinders University Library, Adelaide.
2015 “The Warehouse Project” linoprints and paintings exhibited in a warehouse, Adelaide.
2012 “Wings to fly” linoprints at The Glencree Centre, Enniskerry, Ireland.
2010 “Song from the Land” , paintings in Bray, Ireland.
2019 Art Images Gallery, Norwood, Adelaide.
2019 The Arts Centre Port Noarlunga, Bittondi Printmakers.
2018 Art Images Gallery, Norwood, Adelaide.
2018 The Fleurieu Arthouse, Hardy’s Tintara site, McLaren Vale, South Australia.
2016 The Royal Adelaide Show, Adelaide.
2016 Gallery M, Adelaide, Adelaide.
2015 The Stump Gallery, McLaren Vale, Adelaide.
2015 Awagami Factory, Tokushima, Japan.
2015 Bittondi Printmakers at the City Library, Adelaide.
2014 The Design Loft, Powerscourt House & Gardens, Wicklow, Ireland.
2013 Circulation. Black Church Print Studio at Monster Truck Gallery, 4 Temple Bar, Ireland.
2011 Merrion School of Music, 78 Merrion Square, Dublin 1, Ireland.
2008 Microsoft Ireland Art exhibition, Sandyford Industrial estate, Dublin, Ireland.
1999 Work-in-progress exhibition, The Fire Station Artists’ Studio, Dublin 3, Ireland.