biography

1952 
Born in Manchester, Connecticut USA to Jean Isabel Flynn, née Robinson, and Lieutenant Colonel  William Francis Flynn
1970 
Graduated from Annandale High School, Annandale, Virginia USA, Elective courses in painting, art  history and theory.
1970 – 1975 
Attended Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia USA, Major in Painting, additional  courses in lithography, sculpture, weaving and performance
1972 
Summer Academy  “Edinburgh Arts ’72“ with Magdalena Abankanowicz, at the Richard DeMarco Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland
1973 
Summer Academy “Edinburgh Arts ’73“ with Josef Beuys, at the Richard DeMarco Gallery, Edinburgh,  Scotland
1974  
Studio assistant for Professor Gerald Donato, lithography, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia USA
1975  
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia USA 
from 1975 
Independent Artist
1980  
Moved to Munich, Germany
1992 - present
Founded and directed Werk19, studio project in Munich
2003 
Documentary film, Bayerischer Rundfunk, “Atelierbesuche: Schönheit als Maske“, Director Jochen Richter, (aired on 01 January 2003)
2007 
Co-founder of  KunstWohnWerke eG, a co-operative to secure  living and working space for artists in Munich