A photo of Lynne Sealotus Edmondson facing the camera. Lynne has a tanned complexion and chestnut brown hair tied behind her head. Lynn wears a string of shells around her neck and a fur vest over her shoulders. Image courtesy of artist.

As a multi-disciplinary contemporary deep ecology local artist, Lynne works in many modalities. She is a film producer, 2D artist, sculptor, writer, ceramicist and facilitates international cultural ceremonies.

Lynne's themes include elementals celestials and cultural nature. Her visual artwork is 2D in inks and pastels, portraying a colourful array of brightness on paper and board for this exhibition.

Most recently, Lynne’s work was seen in Sydney Parliament House’s Fountain Room in an exhibition called Unconditional Stories. Archival-quality art prints will be available for purchase during the festival.

The Unconformity acknowledges the palawa people as the original and traditional custodians of lutruwita/Tasmania. We commit to working respectfully to honour their ongoing cultural and spiritual connections to this land.