Lynn Tsan is a Chicago-based abstract artist who makes small square pieces of art. Each piece can stand alone, but is combined with others to create a multilayered, graphical collage consisting of anywhere between three to 100 separate squares. Work begins as a series of drawings. The challenge is finding the right materials to suit the final version of the piece. She currently works in wood, ink, paint, cast acrylic and is experimenting with glass, steel and light. The goal is to create maquettes for large scale work. The "Chicago" piece is a large example of a prototype for visions of a larger version in glass and metal.