Massachusetts-based artist Lynette Haggard creates paintings, drawings and sculpture that explore idiosyncratic shape and color relationships. She is an award-winning artist who exhibits her work nationally, and holds a BFA in painting from Philadelphia College of Art, (now University of the Arts). Haggard has maintained her art-making practice for over 20 years and lives and works in the greater Boston area.
Haggard’s exhibition history in galleries and museums throughout the US includes: The Art Complex Museum, Provincetown Art Museum, Attleboro Museum, Danforth Museum, New Hampshire Institute of Art, Saco Museum, The Painting Center, (NYC), Conrad Wilde Gallery (Tucson), Art Basel Miami, Amy Simon Gallery, the Whistler Museum and The Copley Society. In 2016, she was featured in Geoform.net, a global, scholarly resource and curatorial project.
Her work can be found in the collections of the New Britain Museum of American Art, Emerson Hospital, Brooklyn Art Library, Massachusetts General Hospital, and collections in the US and abroad.
In 2010 she launched her blog, lynettehaggard.blogspot.com where she interviewed dozens of American artists over the course of five years. She has been a presenter and instructor at the International Encaustic Conference for several years, and has taught at Castle Hill Center for the Arts R&F Handmade Paints, and the Concord Art Association.