Lyn Wolfson takes as her inspiration qualities of the human condition, which she picks up from everyday life, weaving in ideas with experimentation of material.
"I'm interested in aspects of everyday life and combine this with my interest in building with molten metal."
Lyn uses many materials: steel, copper ,bronze , titanium and glass - exploring the interplay between colour and texture. This translated to a commission of a Chanukah Lamp for a School. Other commissions include Holocaust Memorial and Tree of Life.
Some pieces are of clear polyester resin. These works include life size figures of which one comments on the use of HRT and a multi figured work of helmeted figures to depict the futility of war (Warheads).
Her sculptures are in private collections in the UK, USA, Australia and many other countries.
Paisley Art Institute
The John Green Fine Art Gallery Award
GSWA Special Award    
Awarded Diploma of Artist Membership of Paisley Art Institute 2013
Awarded The West Scotland College Award for Sculpture at the Paisley Art Institute Annual Exhibition 2016
Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts
Glasgow Society of Women Artists
Garden Festival
RGI Kelly Gallery
Compass Gallery
Gatehouse Gallery
Collins Gallery
Glasgow Art Fair
Lillie Art Gallery  
Paisley Art Institute
John Green Fine Art    
Ayr McLaurin Gallery
Royal Scottish Academy
Torrance Gallery
Step Gallery
Visual Arts Scotland
Colours Gallery
Leith Gallery
Jerdan Gallery, Crail
Queens Gallery, Dundee
Lost Gallery, Aberdeenshire
Thompson's London Gallery
Bow House Gallery
Ben Uri Gallery
Affordable Art Fair