bird Lynn Pauley is an artist and illustrator. 	From 1991-1993, Pauley’s expressive on-site black and  white drawings appeared weekly accompanying articles for the New York Times Metro Section. She chronicled the bombing of the World Trade Center and the events of 911 for PRINT Magazine, the tragedy of Oklahoma City for The New Yorker, and covered the Masters Tournament in Augusta, Georgia for Sports Illustrated. Other publications that feature Pauley’s lushly painted illustrations include Yankee, Men’s Journal, Rolling Stone, Ladies’ Home Journal, Good Housekeeping, Boy’s Life, and Every Day with Racheal Ray. 	Large scale corporate commissions include installations at the Orlando Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. Permanent café commissions include mounted paintings for Dean and Deluca at 11th Street and University Place and Café 52 at Irving Place and for the Irving Farm Coffee Company at 76 Seventh Avenue in New York City. 	Pauley was also responsible for creating the lush figurative paintings that graced the playbooks, tickets, posters for the 2006 ‘New look and feel’ New York Jets corporate campaign. 	Four wraparound murals were completed and installed for the Robin Hood Foundation’s Library Initiative. Commissioned by Pentagram Design, Pauley made these murals using paintings, collage and colored scratchboard for four selected renovated elementary school libraries in the Bronx. This award winning community project has been featured in PRINT Magazine as well as the New York Times Education Section. 	Pauley earned a BFA in Illustration from Syracuse University in 1981. She earned her MFA in Illustration from the highly lauded Visual Journalism program at the School of Visual Arts in 1992.
Artist Statement
Life, Liberty
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