Lynda Schlosberg is a Boston-based artist who creates intricate and complex paintings that are inspired by quantum theories and philosophies. In the construction of her work she utilizes a process of fragmentation and the language of abstract painting. Schlosberg aims to depict an imaginal realm where all natural and unnatural forces collapse into a vibrating energy that can materialize into one of an infinite number of potential realties. Lynda’s background of over thirty years as a graphic designer and fine art photographer compliments her painting work methods. Her work has been published in Boston Home, Studio Visit and ArtBeat magazines and has been reviewed in the local press including The Boston Globe. She received the 2013 Frances N. Roddy Award from the Concord Art Association, juried by Nick Capasso, Director of the Fitchburg Art Museum. Lynda’s paintings have been exhibited extensively throughout New England, including her recent 2014 solo exhibition: “Zero Point Field” at the Kingston Gallery in Boston. Lynda Schlosberg was born in Newton, Massachusetts. Received her MFA from the Art
Institute of Boston at Lesley University, and her BFA from Ohio University College of Art.