By Sun Newspaper Staff | February 29, 2024

A 28-year Seal Beach resident, Diane McLeod is a visual artist who doesn’t believe in the stereotype of the “loner artist,” although she has spent plenty of time creating artwork on her own.

In a press release she issued this week, McLeod said one way she disproves the myth pf the loner artist is by her participation in three different artists’ groups, particularly Lynk Collective, established in Irvine in 2017 and named in homage to the art instructor and collaborative printmaker Nguyen Ly.

The collective’s two dozen members collaborate on projects and exhibitions using a wide variety of printmaking techniques, and their latest exhibition, “Material Recovery: Printmaking with Recycled Materials,” is currently on view at Angels Gate Cultural Center in San Pedro…

Read the rest of the article here.