Lynn owns Art Produce and Stone Paper Scissors, a public art/education studio, and has lived in San Diego since 1979. Her art practice has a participatory, social engagement/community collaboration focus. Recent projects include digital video documentary and crowd sourced interactive installations.
Stone Paper Scissors integrates community based art programming with opportunities to re-envision one’s environment for equitable development, engagement in public culture and to promote civic dialogue. As an advocate for increased access to arts and culture, Lynn works locally to develop educational, social and environmental resources for youth and families.
Engaging youth and adults in the process of creative envisioning, she teaches classes and workshops throughout the county in schools, cultural centers and at her Stone Paper Scissors studio. Lynn co-authored a resource book for teachers in 2012, “Object Lessons, Teaching Math Through Visual Art”. She was selected the State Assembly District 39 representative for the “California Contemporary Artists 2007” exhibit at the State Capitol in Sacramento. Some of her work at Art Produce was featured in 2012 issue of Public Art Review, "Food For Thought".