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Masterful Mixed Media Artist Lynn Doyal Is Featured Artist At Wellington Whole Foods Gallery

Wellington Art Society invites you to a Public Reception for award winning mixed media artist, Lynn Doyal. It takes place on Friday, February 2nd in the Cafe Gallery of the Whole Foods Market in Wellington. This SOLO Exhibition will feature Lynn’s detailed mixed media art work, which from experience, you must see in person! You will be astonished at her pieces, which include paint, hand-stitched canvas, beads and threads. Enjoy live music, delicious appetizers, wine or soft drinks and special door prizes for a donation of $5 which goes to the WAS  Scholarship Award Fund.  Email Lynn by January 31st and she will pay for your ticket(s) to attend!  The Rickie Report shares the details with some sneak peeks and urges you to stop by. All of Lynn’s paintings are for sale and the Reception benefits the WAS Scholarship Fund. Stop by any now through March, 2018 to see Lynn’s amazingly complex artistry!




















Friday, February 2, 2018 

6:30 – 8:00 pm

Whole Foods Market Cafe

2635 SR7 Wellington, FL


$5. Covers Music, Wine, Food and Donation to WAS Scholarship Fund

Email Lynn by January 31st to RSVP, she will pay for your ticket(s) to attend!

Exhibit Is Available Now through March, 2018








The Wellington Art Society will host an art reception on Friday, October 30, 2015 from 6:30-8 PM at Whole Foods Market in Wellington. The reception is hosted by Whole Foods with live music, delicious food and door prizes. There is a fee of $5 collected at the door which helps to fund the Wellington Art Society Scholarship Fund.  The Featured Artist is Lynn Doyal. IF you email Lynn by January 31st to RSVP, she will pay for your ticket(s) to attend!




“Deep Calls To Deep” by Lynn Doyal


Lynn Doyal is showcasing her unique, beautiful and contemporary work for at this  exhibit. Lynn combines hand stitching, beading, oil and acrylic paint all done on canvas. Due to the intricate number of details in each painting, her work is best viewed up close in order to appreciate the fine workmanship. Many of her works are scanned, enlarged and digitalized allowing for a more abstract and dramatic component. She delights in the different impact the same image can have when size is introduced as an additional element.




Lynn was born and raised in Miami and Fort Lauderdale. She received a Fine Arts degree from the University of South Florida.  She worked for Exxon at their New York headquarters and then transferred to Florida.  Working in corporate sales, she then moved to Xerox before starting her own company, “Signature Chocolates”.  Lynn specialized in providing premiums and incentives to corporations, hotels and cruise lines, around the globe.



“Blues” by Lynn Doyal



After raising her family, Lynn resumed her creative endeavors and developed her unique method of marrying contemporary design with old school techniques on canvas. Her original pieces of exquisite handstiching and detail can best be appreciated up close. When her designs are enlarged they make for a more abstract and dramatic component. The same image can have a different impact when size is introduced as an element.  “This marriage of image, technique and materials is distinctive and causes people to talk about what they are seeing because there is nothing else like it”.  



Lynn’s award winning art pieces live most happily in contemporary settings.  They especially delight interior designers, complimenting the  spaces they design with appreciative clients in mind.  Lynn’s painstaking technique of painting and embellishing the canvas with hand-stitched beads and colorful threads make each piece one-of-a-kind.




For more information about Lynn’s artistry please visit:  or call 561.251.0806  or email


“Visible and Invisible” by Lynn Doyal



The Wellington Art Society is a non-profit charitable organization In its 37th year. It is open to artists of all mediums and patrons of the arts, allowing both local and regional artists to display their art work in local galleries, interact with other artists and serve the community through their art.

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