Lynnette Loughton

Lynnette Loughton was born in Logan, Utah.  She has been developing a passion for art since early childhood. Growing up in Cokeville, Wyoming, she was influenced by the well known artist, Minerva Teichert and her wall sized paintings.  Throughout her youth, Lynnette was recognized for her many talents in the fine arts.  Her musical gifts led her to pursue her career as a music educator, touching the lives of many with her love of song.  She graduated from Weber State University and taught in the public school systems forty-four years as an elementary music/art specialist and secondary choral music and musical theatre instructor.

Lynnette is a positive and energetic person and brings a creative passion to many hobbies including reversible hand-braided wool rugs, personal fitness and nutrition, weight training, hiking, biking, golfing, swimming and water aerobics, piano, organ, and vocal music.  She composes and arranges both sacred and secular choral pieces and is published with several companies. 

Her love of the western mountains and red deserts are seen in her landscape art.  Many outdoor hikes cultivated a keen interest in Indian cultures of the Southwest.  She has always enjoyed painting and drawing as a hobby throughout her life.  She continues to share her love for music with others while expanding on her artistic passions.  

Lynnette’s three children call her a loving mother and grandmother.  She is the wife of Jack Loughton.  Their primary residence is in St. George, Utah with a summer home in Island Park, Idaho.

Shown are examples of Lynnette's work.  Please call or email for prices and additional visuals.