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Some of Lynette's works are executed in watercolor, acrylic, graphite, pastels, gouache, ink, or combinations thereof to achieve the finished image. Others are digital, or composites of digital and traditional elements. Full size images are accessible through title or thumbnail.


The bud, flower, and seed pods
are shown in this painting.

Red Poppy

Red Poppy was originally created
for an article exploring the risks
and benefits of morphine.

[Thumbnail] Dahlia imperialis

This awesome flower is a native of Brazil.

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Green Energy
As humankind's consumption of energy grows, the need to conserve increases. One way to help "green the Earth" is to use Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs instead of incandescent bulbs.
In this late Devonian forest a tetrapod called Acanthostega sits on a rock. A dragonfly zooms overhead. [Thumbnail] Late Devonian Earth
[Thumbnail] Death of the Dinosaurs
A Tyrannosaurus Rex is feasting on a dead Triceratops. A huge asteroid splashes down in the distance, and will lead to the death of the dinosaurs. In the lower left, a small green Troodon peers around the trunk of a tree. A Tarsier Monkey hangs on tightly to the top of the same tree.
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In 1883, volcanic eruptions at Krakatau triggered tidal waves along the island of Java. Here the tsunami looms above the port town of Anjer.
Permian Extinction[Thumbnail] Many of the ocean's creatures perished during the Permian Era. Dead and dying fish, ammonites, sponges, and brachiopods are shown here. A small reptile munches on a dead ammonite.

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