My prints and sculpture are complimentary, each medium influencing the other. While working as a resident artist at Mendocino Art Center I am exploring new sculptural possibilities in ceramics as well as continuing work in steel and printmaking. My home is in Worcester, VT, where I have a blacksmith shop and a printmaking studio.
— Lynn Newcomb
• Harold and Ruth Chenven Foundation, grant to support printmaking, 2011.
• Pollock Krasner Foundation, grant to support creation and edition of prints, 2008-2009.
• Vermont Community Foundation, grant to support creation of sculpture, 2007.
• Artist Development Grant, VT Arts Council, to support creation of lithographs in Budapest, Hungary, 2006.
• Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, grant to support creation of new sculpture, 2004.
• Public Art Commission, State of Vermont, to design and fabricate a sculpture for Williston North rest area on Interstate I-89, 2004.
• Public Art Commission, University of Florida, Gainesville, New Accounting Classroom Building, 2003.
• Artist in Residence, Carving Studio, Rutland, Vermont, August 2003.
• Vermont Arts Endowment Fund, funding to pay for creation of large scale sculpture, 2003.
• Ten Women Artists chosen from the state of Vermont for National Museum of Women in the Arts exhibit, Fleming Museum, Burlington, VT 2003.
• Artist Development Grant, VT Arts Council, for study of blacksmithing with Uri Hofi in Kibbutz Ein Shemer, Israel, 2000.
• Residency Grant, Contemporary Art Center, printmaking, North Adams, MA, 1998.
• Artist Development Grant, VT Arts Council, 1996.
• New England Foundation for the Arts Grant, National Endowment, Works on Paper, 1996
• Juror’s Award, National Print Exhibit, Barrett House Galleries, Poughkeepsie, NY, 1994.
• Artist Development Grant, VT Arts Council, 1993.
• Jackson Pollock /Lee Krasner Foundation Grant, 1992.
• Vermont Arts Endowment Fund, 1991.
• Purchase Award, Philadelphia Print Club, 1978.