Acrylic paint on canvas and wood is Lynne’s medium of choice.  Her style is representational, incorporating peaceful themes of landscapes, seascapes, botanicals and vignettes with architectural elements. With many layers of colorful glazes, her work captures light and shadow. Fischer’s work often includes Interesting perspective and angles.

Born in Ohio, she studied art at the Toledo Museum of Art and the University of Toledo. In 1985 Lynne moved to Key West Florida and began her professional career as an artist. For more than 20 years Fischer lived and painted in the Keys.  Lynne then moved to Kennesaw, Georgia for 6 years where she created artwork of the north Georgia mountains, historic Charleston architecture and foliage and flowers of the area.  The artist, her husband and their two dogs have recently returned to the Keys to live and create art full time. 

Two galleries in Key West currently represent Lynne’s work including: Green World Gallery and Guild Hall Gallery. Public and private collectors throughout the United States, the Caribbean, Europe and Japan also display Lynne’s work. Fischer's “Passion Flower” was even spotted in an episode of HGTV’s House Hunters.