Garden Studio

Owatonna, MN

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How does your service stand out?

In my painting, I was working with layers long before Adobe was invented. I studied the glazing technique of Maxfield Parrish back in 1980, but even he was not the first to do it that way. The technique is to have layers of glazed transparent color so light will bounce between them and create the glow. Combining transparent and opaque techniques just adds to the happy family of color. It is very pleasing to look at. I translated that oil technique to acrylic and soon it was like an old friend when I learned Photoshop. It ‘s not enough for me to just love Art. I take a personal responsibility to make mine the best I can because that is what I have to offer.
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Owatonna, MN 55060


2 Reviews
  • Katerina P. Aug 5, 2011
    My name is Katerina Pinosova, Lynette Yencho’s satisfied client. I am happy I have been given the opportunity to express how much I appreciate the way Lynette composed my website. Lynette is a highly professional and talented artist who understood immediately what I needed for my website, actually by only looking at my own art work. She took time to adjust all the photographs of my pieces (some of them were of poor quality), she designed the lay-out and, in simple words, she took care of everything to do with my website, always respecting the nature of my artwork. This is the website I am proud of:
  • Eshraga O. Aug 1, 2011
    The way the site helped our buisness grow more is by letting customers no who we are and our expierences. another way it helped our buisness grow is by letting people have the ability of ordering and getting it delivered by showing them a Clear and wonderfuly described photo !! the site itself was wonderfuly made and its design attracted more and more customers it also had a spot where our customers could give us feedback and show us what we needed to improve on so we could get more wonderful customers.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Yes, I have gone back to college four times since I received a commercial art certificate. I realize we are not talking about masters here, but I have had the sort of clients who are more interested in the end product. I have gone to Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Hennepin Tech, and St Paul College for short courses and most recently, I received a diploma at Pittsburgh Institute of Art for web design.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
It’s good to write down an action plan for yourself before you start looking. While browsing the many styles and artists, check your first reaction. Were you attracted to the art immediately? Why? After these questions have been answered a few times to several artists, you will start to understand what it is that is important to YOU in the work. Write them down and keep them close as you for reminder. Also be mindful of what your project is and needs. You might like the fashion illustrator best, but if your project is about fishing lures, that might not be a fit. Be sure the artist has an interest in the project.