Article based on an interview with Aldrich about her sculpture, Discovery in a Tar Pit, 2019 -- a work from the Rose Window series.
A zoom presentation about ideas, methods, and artworks as one in a series of artist talks having a connection to the Christian faith journey, sponsored by Holy Family Church in Pasadena, CA.
Graphite drawings by Patrick Angus and Jeffrey Vallance are discussed in a contribution by Aldrich, January 30, 2021.
BIOPHILIA, 2007, is on display at the Portland Art Museum and has been selected for the 2021 Poster Project.
Group exhibition at the Torrance Art Museum, July 18 - August 29, 2020, open Tuesday - Saturday, 11am to 5pm.
Documentary by filmmaker, John Schmidt.
Velvet Painting: Unlearning Darkness is used with text by Christian Gonzalez Ho for a devotional reading during Lent, March 2020.
Ten sculptures installed along a landscaped walkway.
Shannon Mattern writes an article titled Maintenance and Care where she uses an image of this sculpture made from all kinds of cleaning tools like brushes, sponges, mop heads, scrubbers, dusters, and plungers. November 2018.
Genie Davis reviews Between Two Seas/ L. A. International at Arena 1 Gallery, Nov 15, 2018.
Partial view of Flying Lessons:The Birds of America in the Beall Center for Art and Technology at the University of California, Irvine. Reviewed by Genie Davis, May 5, 2018
Review of Conceptual Craft exhibition by Leah Ollman.
Maria Porges reviews Material Girls: Lynn Aldrich and Sabina Ott at the Bedford Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA.
Rosy Future, 2016
A fountain commissioned by Armory Center For the Arts, Pasadena.
Christopher Knight reviews Three Founts, One Colorado Plaza, Pasadena.
Installed in 1996, Blue Line Oasis is at the Artesia Station.
Lynn Aldrich,The Birds of America,1996, Private Collection.