About The Artist

I use many different media, I often use printing, and tracing in my work,"

My Work


“Memory is only the result of selected elements of real events. My work examines the layers that obscure and make difficult any true clarity in remembrances. My work captures the qualities of first impressions; the honesty, distortions and abbreviations that come with our first time experiences; the notion of a glimpse and how it is remembered through screens of personal associations, assumptions and prejudices.  I explore the world of my memory and try to freeze-frame my experiences into a work of art.”  



  Lynn Seeney was born in Philadelphia. Her gifts as an artist were discovered when she was a young child. She has studied in England, France, Canada and Italy for her baccalaureate degree in fine art at Tyler School of Art and earned her Masters’ Degree in Studio Arts at New York University in 1986. Her artwork is in the permanent collections of museums throughout the world, including the 

Museum of Modern Art NYC, Documenta‑Archiv, Kassel, Germany, Musee D Art Moderne Et D Art Contemporain, Nice, France, Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC,  Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NYC, Museu Da Imagem E Do Som, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Gallerie Diagonal, Paris, France and Paterson Museum, Paterson, NJ. She is currently a lecturer at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City and an adjunct professor at the School of Visual Arts. Her work is affiliated with Danette Koke Fine Arts New York City, The Asyl Gallery, New York City and Gagnaire Art Associates, Dallas, Texas. Her studio is located in 

New York City.



Lynn Seeney offers lectures and tours in all major museums and art galleries. 

Contact the artist for information


Lynn Seeney’s work has been exhibited in over 70 exhibitions nationally and internationally.

A complete curriculum vitae is available upon request.




ISLIP ART MUSEUM, The Carriage House, East Islip, NY 2002

ASYL Gallery, New York, NY. 2001

SOHO20 Gallery, New York, NY. 1997

Belly Button Window, New York, NY. 1990

80  Washington Square East Galleries, New York, NY. 1985 

DRC Offices, Philadelphia, PA.1982‑83 

Russell Conwell Center, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.1981


"Boomerang", Eddy Murphy/Paramount Pictures, movie 1992.

PERNOD, Special events, in conjunction with Robert Griffin, Inc. NYC 1993


Drawings and Prints

Museum of Modern Art(Franklin Furnace collection, 1989), NYC U.S.A. 1995

Documenta‑Archiv, Kassel, Germany 1990

Musee D Art Moderne Et D Art Contemporain,Nice, 1990

Museum of Modern Art (Fusion Book of Art), NYC U.S.A. 1989

Whitney Museum of Art(Works on Paper) Library, NYC,  U.S.A. 1989

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, (Fusion Book of Art), NYC, U.S.A.1989

Museu Da Imagem E Do Som, Sao Paulo, Brazil 1988


Gallerie Diagonal, Paris, France 1989

Paterson Museum, Paterson NJ,  U.S.A. 1987


BLACKBOX, 2018, New York, NY.


MUSEE DE LA POSTE, "Art About Money", Paris, France.

TEMPLE GALLERY, Temple University, "A”, Philadelphia, PA.

MUURY SPACE, "Beyond Boundaries: A World Mosaic", Helsinki,  Finland.

PS1, "June 4th, Memorial Exhibit",  New York,  NY. 

GALLERIE L' DIAGONALE, "Toxic Paradise", Paris,  France. 

MUURY SPACE, "Liberty Show" Helsinki, Finland.


PATERSON MUSEUM, "Colab & Essex Phoenix Show", Paterson, NJ. 


2005 Jones, Baird. THE PHOENIX, New York, August 1987.” Art News, December 2005

1999 Holland Cotter, “Way up in the Bronx a Hard Spirit Blooms,” NEW YORK TIMES”, May 7, 1999

1995 Raynor, Vivien. “A Mixture of Messages in Three Shows”-The Aljira Gallery, NEW   YORK TIMES, February 26, 1995

1992 Iverem, Esther. "Spotlight," NEW YORK NEWSDAY, New York, January 21, 1992.

Azon, Gary, "Art Around Town," DOWNTOWN, New York, February 5, 1992

Fox, Margalit. "A Counter-Columbus Cultural Celebration," New York Newsday, September 29, 1992.

1993 McKenna, Sheila. "Bronx Profile/Lynn Seeney," NEW YORK NEWSDAY, New York, February 12, 1993.

1990 Hoffman, Randi. "The Bullet Space: Art on the Edge," DOWNTOWN MAGAZINE, New York, January 10, 1990

AMERICAN REFERENCE, Third Edition, 1990.

"Artists Making Less than $100,000/Year," LOWER EASTSIDE 

NEWS, July 1990.

Croft, John‑Ed. "Dug‑Out Dope," LOWER EASTSIDE NEWS, New York, July 1990.

Hoffman, Randi. "John‑Ed: An Urban Nomad," DOWNTOWN MAGAZINE, New York, July 4, DOWNTOWN MAGAZINE, "Signs of Intelligent Life," New York, August 1, 1990.  

1989 ART/WORLD, "Exhibitions," New York, March 24‑April 24, 1989.

Eichman, Shawn. "The Prisoners of Art," DOWNTOWN MAGAZINE, New York, April 26, 1989. 

Southworth, Judy. "Dilapidated Chocolate Milk Gallery Is Haven for Struggling Artists," THE VILLAGER, New York,  October 5, 1989.

“All Things Considered," NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO, WNYC, New York, October 1989.

1988 Silver, Craig. "Aspiring In New York," DOWNTOWN MAGAZINE, New York, February 17, 1988.

Hoffman, Randi. "Racism In the New York Art World," DOWNTOWN MAGAZINE, New   York, April 6, 1988.

VILLAGE VOICE, New York, NY, June 1988

DOWNTOWN MAGAZINE, "Signs of Intelligent Life," New York, September 21, 1988.

Reid, Calvin. "Art Arrives At the End of the World," DOWNTOWN MAGAZINE, New York, November 16, 1988.

Jones, Baird. "Eye on Manhattan," ART TIMES, New York, December 1988.

1987 Jones, Baird. THE PHOENIX, New York, August 1987.

"Art Special" Supplement, VILLAGE VOICE, New   York, October 6, 1987.

Jones, Baird. "Art: The Happening Scene," THE NEW COMMON GOOD, New   York, February 1987.

Jones, Baird. "Downtown Couples", DOWNTOWN MAGAZINE, New York, June 10, 1987.

Hooper, Douglas. "Impressive Summer Shows for the East Village," THE NEW COMMON GOOD, New York, July  1987.

1986 "Tastemakers," ART/WORLD, New York, November 1986.

Jones, Baird. "The East Village Scene", DOWNTOWN MAGAZINE, New York, December 24, 1986.

1985 Ruhe, Barnaby. "Lynn Seeney," ART/WORLD, New York, October 1985. 

“Tastemakers," ART/WORLD, New York, October 1985. 


 1983"Nicholas Sperakis", ART/WORLD NEWSPAPER, November 1983. New York. 1984"Seven Sculptors In America", ART/WORLD NEWSPAPER, June 1984. New   York. "Motherwell Collages" (Robert Motherwell at Knoedler Galllery), ART/WORLD NEWSPAPER, October  1984. New   York. "Dove's Natural Abstractions" (Arthur Dove), ART/NEWSPAPER, November 1984. New York. "Carol May" (Leonarda Di Mauro Gallery), ART/WORLD NEWSPAPER, December 11‑January 11, 1984. New York. "Chinese Art Out of A Mist", ART/WORLD NEWSPAPER Summer Issue 1984. New York. 1985"Stamos' Color to A Square" (Kouros Gallery), ART/WORLD NEWSPAPER, January 15‑February 15, 1985. New York. "Andrews C.C. Monuments" (Benny Andrews), ART/WORLD NEWSPAPER, March 6‑April 6, 1985. New York. "Artschwager at Castelli Gallery", ART/WORLD NEWSPAPER, February 14‑March 14, 1985. New York. "Jack Tworkov, Nancy Hoffman Gallery", ART/WORLD NEWSPAPER, April 17‑May 17, 1985. New York. "Mark Rothko on Paper" (at the Solomon Guggenhiem Museum), ART/WORLD NEWSPAPER, May 15‑June 15, 1985. New York. "East Side 400" (The Gathering of the Avant Garde at Kenkeleba Gallery), ART/WORLD NEWSPAPER, June‑July 1985. New York. "Downtown", ART/WORLD NEWSPAPER Summer Issue, 1985. New   York. "Pure Form" (Neo Persona Gallery), ART/WORLD NEWSPAPER, December 1985. New York. 1986  "Anne Tabachnick" (Ingber Gallery), ART/WORLD NEWSPAPER, March 1986. New York. "Downtown", ART/WORLD NEWSPAPER, January 1986. New   York. "College Art In New York" (CAA), ART/WORLD NEWSPAPER, February 1986. New York. "Joan Mitchell at Xavier Fourcade Gallery", ART/WORLD NEWSPAPER, April 1986. New York. "Gary Stephan" (at Mary Boone Gallery), ART/WORLD NEWSPAPER, May 1986. New York. “Glankoff's Art at Luise Ross" (Mort Glankoff), ART/WORLD NEWSPAPER, June 1986. New York. "Wechter Oils" (Vivienne Thaul Wecter), ART/WORLD NEWSPAPER, October 1986. New York. "Rauschenberg, Schnabel" (Leo Castelli and Pace Galleries), ART/WORLD, November 1986. New York. "Robert Rauschenberg at Leo Castelli", THIN AIR RADIO‑NYC, WFMU, Upsula CollegeRadio, November 1986. New Jersey.  1987"Fusion Arts: The Second Coming Exhibition at Hiro Cafe", NEW COMMON GOOD, February 1987. New York. "Aluminum Sculpture by Liz & Val", COVER MAGAZINE, March 1987. New York.   "Margalit Lubling...Commentary on Life", NEW COMMON GOOD, May 1987. New York. 1989"`Witnesses: Against Our Vanishing' at Artist Space", KINDER & GENTLER, December 1989. NYC.