The Plus Paper

On April 9, The Ballad of Holland Island House is featured on The Plus Paper, a new bilingual English/Chinese online magazine showcasing works done by innovative artists and designers from around the globe. I am ESPECIALLY excited to see right in the side-bar, the work of my talented former student, former Memory Tricks! collaborator, and current google-doodler Olivia Huynh. I know I'm in good company!

I like walking along the border between fiction and documentary, using animation to combine the two.
— Lynn Tomlinson, interviewed by The Plus Magazine

My clay palette and image as I animated "The Crab Eaters" scene.

St. Mary's College Artists Residency

In the first two weeks of April, 2014, I stayed at the Artist House at St. Mary's College in Southern Maryland. During my residency, I spoke about my work and led a stop-motion animation workshop. I also worked intensively on an animated short, using painterly clay-on-glass animation. The film will be the story of the last house on Holland Island, an island in the Chesapeake Bay that is sinking.