Lynda Reeves McIntyre
Dr. Lynda Reeves McIntyre is a Studio Art Professor. She regularly teaches courses in drawing, graphic design and art education for the University and served as Director of Art Education for 26 years. McIntyre trained as a painter and a dancer at the University of Massachusetts, Hunter College and Yale University and holds a Doctorate in Aesthetics.
McIntyre is a painter who weaves her training in painting, dance, Buddhist study and aesthetics into her teaching. Her acrylic and watercolor works find their sources in personal, visceral and visual experiences. McIntyre often works outside, backpacking to sites in all weather conditions, taking notes from ocean, desert, and mountain and built environments.
McIntyre has received awards from the NEA, the MacDowell Foundation, the JFK Center, the ICCE, the VCCA and the Getty Foundation and has been awarded art fellowships abroad to Australia, the former Soviet Union, China, Vietnam, Mexico, Bhutan and Italy where she teaches painting in the summers. Her work is shown throughout the U.S, Europe and the Pacific Rim. Her works are held in corporate and private collections in the U.S, Europe and Australia.