JF Lynch


JF Lynch (b. 1980, Boston, MA) is a visual artist known for his charcoal on canvas works that feature abstracted three-dimensional letters set within a dark expanse. Lynch received his MFA with distinction from Pratt Institute (2011) and BFA from the Art Institute of Boston (2002). Lynch’s work has been included in numerous exhibitions including at Martin Gallery, PA; Sarah Lawrence College, NY; Radiator Gallery, NY; Lesley Heller Workspace, NY; and Lyons Wier Project Space, NY. He has been featured in several “Best of Bushwick” lists including the Artnet guide to Bushwick Open Studios (2014) and Arts in Bushwick’s compendium: Making History 10 years of Arts in Bushwick. He was formerly a curator for Botanic Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; the visual arts editor for Apt Literary Journal, and is a contributor to the art blog Paintingisdead. Lynch has given lectures and presentations at several colleges and institutions in the tri-state area including Sarah Lawrence College, Pratt Institute, Fowler Arts and Muhlenberg College. JF Lynch lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.