articles + reviews

“Living Creatively: Lynn Duryea ’69 sculpts a career as an artist” by Susan Lindt, BUCKNELL Magazine, vol. 13 no.1, winter 2020 pg. 52. (PDF)
“Visually Satisfying Darkness and the Light…” by Dan Kany, Maine Sunday Telegram, August 25, 2019 (link)
“At 71, Deer Isle artist reflects on 48-year journey” by Anne Berleant, Island Ad-Vantages, December 20, 2018 (PDF)
Grants enable sculptor, filmmaker to pursue new projects,” Ellsworth American, December 17, 2018 (link)
Sights and Ceramics: Portland (from Pottery Making Illustrated and Ceramics Monthly) “Process Lynn Duryea,” 2017 (PDF)
“The Poetic of Space and Place Lynn Duryea’s Sculpture” by Jim Toub, Ceramics: Art + Perception, #103, 2016, pg. 46-51 (PDF)
Ceramics Monthly, “From Idea to Finished Form”, vol. 63 #7, 2015 (PDF)
Anna K. Nenonen, “Lynn Duryea: Structures”, Curator’s Statement, 1912 Gallery, Emory + Henry College, Emory VA, January 2013 (PDF)
Mario Moretto, “Deer Isle Sculptor Lynn Duryea Named Maine Master Craft Artist”, Bangor Daily News, July 8, 2012 (link)
Anderson Turner, editor, Extruder, Mold & Tile, (Westervillle OH: American Ceramic Society), 2008 (PDF)
“Saluting a Special Place for Clay Artists”, New England Crafts Connoisseur, Spring 2006 (PDF)
Archer Gallery presents Minimal/ist, February 2006 (PDF)
Karen Cotton, “Sculptor Builds Art as Tall as Herself”, Wyoming Tribune Eagle, February 4, 2005 (PDF)
David Newman, “Lynn Duryea – Works in Clay and Metal: Medium and Mediation”, exhibition essay, Studio Gallery, Brookhaven College, Farmer’s Branch TX, October 2004 (PDF)
Glen R. Brown, “Lynn Duryea – The Energy of Edges”, Ceramics Monthly cover article, Oct. 2004, vol. 52 #8 (PDF)
Lynn Duryea, “A Bittersweet Ending”, Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts Newsletter, Fall 2004 (PDF)