Lynne Clark Brunson will speak at our February 20 dinner meeting. She will address the topic of “The Contributions of Pioneer Women.”
a photographer, artist, musician, actress, therapist, historian, and author
A native of Farmington, New Mexico, she graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in music and art. She moved to Southern Utah in the 1960's and raised five children while operating the Lynne Clark Photography Studio. Lynne also has a Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and has had a private practice since 1990.
Lynne has also been a high school choral music teacher, has taught art and photography at Dixie College, taught Gospel Doctrine, and is a past member of both the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and the Southern Utah Heritage Choir.
Lynne is also the author of Images of Faith, a 400-page pictorial history covering 150 years of St. George, Utah. It includes 1200 photographs from the Lynne Clark Historical Photograph Collection - which contains over 20,000 images.