First Look: The Artist Who Haunts a Tribeca Warehouse

Artist Kathryn Lynch ( feels right at home using the back area of this gigantic 4,000-square-foot floor of an old Tribeca recording studio as her art studio. But, to me, the winding trip between wooden crates to actually get to Kathryn’s work felt a bit spooky, the only sound being the wind clanking the iron gate outside. Photo: Wendy Goodman

Though the space might seem a little rough around the edges, Kathryn says, “This has turned out to be one of the best places I have ever had as a studio.”Photo: Wendy Goodman

Here are some Kathryn’s latest tugboat paintings. The river tugs paintings have almost sold out at her show at the Tayloe Piggott gallery in Jackson, Wyoming (, up until February 7. She also is exhibiting in a group show at Arthur Roger Gallery in New Orleans until February 17.Photo: Wendy Goodman

Kathryn’s next solo show, “DOGS,” will be opening April 26 at Sears-Peyton Gallery at 210 Eleventh Avenue (nr. 24th St.) and continuing until late June.Photo: Wendy Goodman

The streets of her neighborhood in Tribeca have inspired her work, as has life on the Hudson River and the landscape of Shelter Island, where she and her husband, architect and developer Peter Moore, share a summer house with their two children. Photo: Wendy Goodman

The action at her local dog run is captured in large canvases” Photo: Wendy Goodman

“And smaller ones. Photo: Wendy Goodman

First Look: The Artist Who Haunts a Tribeca Warehouse