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Fine arts educator

L. Lynn Flieger Countryman, American fine arts educator. Grantee Colorado Art Education Association, 1989.


Countryman, L. Lynn Flieger was born on March 16, 1954 in Loveland, Colorado, United States. Daughter of Gordon Wentworth and Barbara Lee (Fuller) Flieger.


Associate of Arts, Arapahoe Community College, 1974. Bachelor of Fine Arts with distinction, University Colorado, 1976. Certified, Omaha Art School, 1977.

Master of Arts in Art Education, University Colorado, 1984. Studied with Doctor I.K. Arenberg, Colorado, 1984.


Apprentice, Paul Kontny, Colorado, 1976-1987;teacher, Littleton Public High School, Colorado, 1978-1982;professor commercial art, Arapahoe Community College, Littleton, Colorado, since 1983;artist in residence, Colorado, 1985-1987;teacher commercial art vocational program, Cherry Creek Senior High School, Denver, 1987-1988;gifted art consultant, Aurora Public Schools, Cherry Creek Public Schools, Denver, 1988-1989;director admissions, Colorado Training Institute, 1989;art teacher grade 6-8, Cherry Creek Public Schools, Denver, since 1990.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor to Journal of the American Medical Association Magazine. Artist: exhibited at Baehler Gallery, Evans-Lewis Galleries, The Emily Ingram Gallery, Valhalla Gallery, since 1978, Bristot Gallery, Jun Gallery, Philadelphia, Blue Heron Gallery, Chicago, Boca Raton, San Antonio, Dallas, numerous other exhibitions across the United States. Medical illustrator for Doctor I.K. Arenberg documenting surgical procedures with her drawings.


Consultant Arts Advocacy Colorado Department of Education, Denver, since 1992, Students at Risk Gifted and Talented, Englewood, Colorado, since 1992. Member Colorado Art Education Association (middle school representative 1993), National Art Education Association, National Education Association, Studies in Research Art Education, Womens Business Owners Association, Phi Beta Kappa.


Married Stanley Ray Countryman, April 31, 1981.

Gordon Wentworth Flieger

Barbara Lee (Fuller) Flieger

Stanley Ray Countryman