Lyndall Bass began studying art seriously as a young girl, then moved on to studies at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. Her work is a reflection of classical traditions, focused on visionary modern interpretations in the mediums of oil paint and graphite pencil.
Bass is the recipient of a United Nations International Women’s Year Award, a National Society of Arts and Letters Award and a Franklin Mint Award of Excellence. She holds a BA in Art and an MA in Instructional Systems Design from Indiana University, Bloomington.
Bass is the designer of the permanent 2010 Lincoln Penny Reverse, known as the Shield Cent. She is listed in Wikipedia.
Apr 14, 2011