Lynne Dietze, a Pennsylvania native, became interested in drawing and painting at an early age. She studied traditional Western technique at the Philadelphia Academy of the Fine Arts in the mid-eighties, and curated an impressive private impressionist collection.
While also earning a certificate in Gallery Management she studied Chinese work under noted artist Ru-Lah Weng for eight years. After much independent work including Western watercolor study with Phillip Bank, Lynne broadened her Asian technique in years of classes with Josephine Tsai.
Lynne's aggregate technique is a fusion of traditional asian art with her impressionist roots, providing a unique approach to traditional Chinese Flower painting.