LYNN HASTE ART​

Thank you for visiting my website!  My work consists of artwork that is mostly realistic in nature.  Airbrush work is incorporated in many of the paintings. The sculpture work is all realism, and I find it to be the most emotionally evocative medium.  Your feedback is welcome!
T​​​​​​​​wo years ago I began creating work under a pseudonym: "Stormbird", which is almost entirely done with the airbrush. These pieces are more contemporary in nature, and does not involve the tiny detailed painting that you find in most of my animal/nature work. 
Paintings and Prints
Public Art​​​​​
Porcelain Figurines and Jewelry​​
Paintings and other work created over the last few years. Some of the pieces are available for purchase as originals or as prints on canvas or archival paper.

Public and Private art from past work.

Hasty Horses and hand made wooden earrings, neclaces and pins.

Upcoming Classes

  1. July 15, 2018
    AIRBRUSH FOR BEGINNERS
    Basic airbrush operation for ages 13 and up. Learn to assemble, operate, and clean your airbrush. The student will develop a simple design to apply learned techniques of stencil creation and operation of the airbrush. Contact Lynn: lynn_haste@yahoo.com
  2. AUGUST 7-9, 2018
    SCULPTING HORSES
    Designed for any level artist between 18 years of age and older. Knowledge of basic equine anatomy and motion is helpful.. Supplies will be available and include armature and sculpting tools. Deadline for signing up for the class is August 1, 2018
L​​​​​ynn Haste has been a professional artist since 1979.  She has produced four public statues and worked with government agencies where she was lead artist and teacher of more than a hundred participants in the creation of several large scale murals, including a 32 ft. mural in the Clara Mounce Public Library in Bryan, Texas.

She has won numerous awards in sculpture and painting, including Best USA Artist in Birmingham, England during the 1997 National Acrylic Painters Association Annual Membership Competition. 
She has collectors in Texas, Florida, Wyoming, and Belmopan, Belize.