Lynda Schlosberg

  • Lynda Schlosberg

    Cloud of Souls, acrylic on panel, 30 x 30 inches, 2016.

    Cloud of Souls
  • Lynda Schlosberg

    Conscious Web, acrylic on panel, 30 x 30 inches, 2016.

    Conscious Web
  • Lynda Schlosberg

    Gathering Momentum, acrylic on panel, 30 x 30 inches, 2016.

    Gathering Momentum
  • Lynda Schlosberg

    Streaming 1, acrylic on paper mounted on panel, 10 x 10 inches, 2016.

    Streaming 1
  • Lynda Schlosberg

    Entangled with You, acrylic on panel, 60 x 60 inches, 2016.

    Entangled With You
  • Lynda Schlosberg

    A Messy Cloud of Probability, acrylic on panel, 60 x 60 inches, 2016.

    A Messy Cloud of Probability
  • Lynda Schlosberg

    The Heart of the Matter, acrylic on panel, 48 x 60 inches, 2016.

    The Heart of the Matter
  • Lynda Schlosberg

    Downstream, acrylic on panel, 36 x 36 inches, 2016.


Artist Statement

Is there really any space between where you end and I begin?

The relationship between form and formlessness and the flattening of an energetic field are the basis of my paintings. My interest in navigating a space between the physical and non-physical has led me to speculate about an invisible field of consciousness and energy that permeates and connects all things. This perceptual field is a complex system of interdependent interactions whose outcome can change with the introduction of a single thought. I aim 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.

My paintings are constructed using a rule-based system to generate a series of interwoven layers of meticulous repeating patterns of dots, dashes, and grids in highly saturated, vibrant and illusory colors. The flat, unstructured formations of these layers wander over malleable and ethereal backgrounds; individual marks assert themselves and are instantaneously absorbed back into the canvas in a never-ending cycle. Energy vibrates into form, and form breaks down into indiscernible particles of energy. The sum of all parts creates an ineffable whole.

Artist Bio

Schlosberg has been an Artist Member of Kingston Gallery since 2012. She has worked as a graphic designer and fine art photographer for more than thirty years and began her painting career in 2008. Her artwork has been published in Where Boston, Boston Home, Studio Visit and ArtBeat magazines and reviewed in The Boston Globe, Artscope and the Portland Press. Schlosberg's paintings are included several corporate collections including BioMed Realty, New England Biolabs, and Biogen. Her work has been exhibited extensively throughout New England and she recently received the Best In Show award from the 82nd Regional Exhibition of Art & Craft exhibition at the Fitchburg Art Museum which includes a solo exhibition at the Museum in Summer 2018. She also received the 2013 Frances N. Roddy Award from the Concord Art Association. Schlosberg received her MFA from the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University, and her BFA from Ohio University College of Art. Schlosberg paints in her Waltham, MA studio.


Frequency Tuning, May 1-June 2, 2019
Interwoven, October 4-29, 2017
The Conscious Web, February 1-26, 2017 (Catalog)
Relay, January 4-29, 2017
I Know Just What You're Saying, January 6-31, 2016
Compression, September 30-November 1, 2015
Ground Cover: Contemporary Abstraction between Figure and Ground, curated by William Kaizen, September 3-28, 2014
Zero Point Field, July 2 - 27, 2014
Gifted, September 4-29, 2013
All of It, January 30 - February 24, 2013


Schlosberg, Lynda. "Unexpected Detours Create Openings in a Once Rigid Studio Practice." Kingston Blog Thinking About Art Out Loud, October 17, 2017.
Gallery Artist Lynda Schlosberg awarded Fitchburg Art Museum solo exhibition, June 28, 2017.
Where Boston, Galleries + Antiques, February 2017, p.18.
Dumont Garr, Shana. "Remembering the Future." Exhibit Catalogue, and Kingston Blog Thinking About Art Out Loud. Febraury 6, 2017.
A Fusion of Paint with Quantum Physics in "The Conscious Web" by Lynda Schlosberg
Dumont Garr, Shana. "Lynda Schlosberg: What We Cannot See with our Eyes." Thinking About Art Out Loud. October 27, 2015.
Ghosh, Puloma. "Lynda Schlosberg: Zero Point Field at Kingston Gallery." Artscope. July 8, 2014, Zine Feature.
"Kinetic Kaleidoscope." Boston Home. Summer 2014, Vol. 13 No. 3, p. 32.


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