April showers bring MAY FLOWERS. The super bloom is on, including at Sullivan Goss, where the newest crop of 3D printed ceramic and plastic sculptures by LYNDA WEINMAN is now on view. Fourteen floral sculptures that the artist describes as “table jewelry” are here in time for Mother’s Day.
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
LYNDA WEINMAN was an early pioneer in computer and web graphics in the early 1980s, and enjoyed a varied career as a college professor, author of numerous how-to books and as an entrepreneur. She and her husband Bruce Heavin co-founded lynda.com in 1995, one of the first online educational enterprises to teach digital tools and skills. After selling the company to LinkedIn in 2015, Weinman chose to pursue a long dormant interest in ceramics. In 2020, she discovered 3D clay printing. Today, she is one of its foremost pioneers. Using 2D Adobe software and 3D tools like Rhino 3D, Grasshopper, and Potterware in conjunction with multiple 3D printers, Lynda works fluently with geometric and parametric forms.