Lynn Muir works in re-cycled wood, mainly driftwood collected from her local beach in North Cornwall.
She makes free-standing painted figures, also boxes and wall pieces incorporating the figures. The work is difficult to categorise but she thinks of it as illustrating in the three-dimensional, each individual piece often suggesting a story to the viewer. The subject matter is not usually associated with driftwood. Lynn's original art school training was in illustration.
She established her workshop from her home in a village overlooking the Atlantic in Cornwall in 1986. Her work has been exhibited in galleries throughout the UK as well as other parts of the world, particularly in the United States and Germany.