Over the short span of 4 years, Lynda Dunham-Watkins has become a nationally recognized sculptor. The Texas Commission on the Arts chose her to be a Texas Original Artist. She’s got a hand-painted tree ornament hanging in the House chamber of the Texas capital of Austin. Lynda’s won every category she’s entered in the International ProSculpt competition; first place in 2006 in the Beginner category, first place in 2007 in the Intermediate category, and first place in 2009 in the Advanced category. She’s represented by two galleries. The Philbrook Museum of Art has invited her for two years running to display in their prestigious Festival of Trees.
Now she’s turned her attention to one-of-a-kind jewelry utilizing her hand created/painted/sculpted beads of polymer clay, and wire.
If you want a truly unique piece of art for someone special on your list this year, purchase something of Lynda’s. She’s on the designer fast track. Anything of hers will be a better long-term investment than the stock market.
If you have questions of her, or see something here that’s already sold when you get to her website or Etsy store, email her at: [email protected]. She’ll make you another one (they’re all handmade so it’ll be similar but not identical) in a heartbeat. Right Mom?
Her Website, Expressions in Clay: http://www.lyndawatkinsartdolls.com/index.html