It is my pleasure to share with you that Lynn Anglin has been a personal friend of my family for over 30 years. When I met Lynn she lived in Vancouver, where she held the position of Executive Director of the Canadian Diabetes Association. As much as she loved her work there, in time Lynn fell in love and decided to marry handsome Al Anglin. Thus Lynn moved in 1983 to the Seattle/Medina area, and in 1998 the Anglins moved to their lovely retirement home in Tucson, Arizona. Since moving to Tucson, Lynn has been passionate about her real estate career, as well as rediscovering her creative talent in the Fine Arts.
My husband Randy and I had the opportunity to visit our long-time friends Lynn and Al in their Tucson home in late January 2017. We very much enjoyed their hospitality that entire weekend, yet what impressed us the most was Lynn’s artistic and decorative talents. We viewed various venues where Lynn’s recent Fine Art was on display including a golf course restaurant, a Western-themed restaurant, and a lovely local artist boutique. We appreciated Lynn’s diversity of subject matter, including Architectural Highlights, Collector Cars, Country Collections, plus Desert Flora and Vistas, to name just a few of her painting themes.
Just days before our Tucson visit in late January 2017 Lynn had completed a series of Country paintings which were on display in her Tucson home. Upon viewing them all, we immediately fell in love with the energy of her work named Lucky, an original 16 X 20 inch Oil Painting which featured a handsome horse with a freely flowing mane. There is a humorous story behind how this work of art got named. Apparently, when Lynn had completed this painting she asked her husband, “Al, what do you call a male horse that hasn’t been fixed?” In good humour, Al quickly replied, “Lucky!” Loving a good story as most folks do, we purchased Lucky, then carefully brought him home with us to Canada. Soon afterwards, we had the painting professionally framed to enhance Lucky’s striking colours, as well as to complement our home decor. We believe we made the perfect choice in choosing and framing our painting. We enjoy Lucky each day where he is featured on a prominent wall in our home in West Kelowna, BC. As things turned out, Lynn and Al were our guests four months later, during the long weekend in May 2017. My husband and I were delighted to reunite Lynn and Lucky, in our BC home over a thousand miles away from the Anglin’s Arizona home!
Lynn is passionate about creating and sharing her Fine Art with others – like us, may you also personally enjoy a painting or two, created by Lynn Anglin, that speaks to you.