The love of lines for Linn Meyers started, at least at the subconscious level, when she would watch her father, an architect working in the days before CAD software, draw thousands of them when she was growing up. In later life, she has skillfully used her own mix of thousands of painstakingly drawn lines to create striking images on both the micro and macro points of contact with her art.
The Spy spoke to Linn last week about her approach to her work, now on display at the AAM, and how she always needs to navigate carefully between beauty and preciousness.
The video is approximately two minutes in length.
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carl rulis says
I thoroughly enjoyed the video. I cannot wait to see her dynamic work in person.
I like the use of video on your site when available.