In her decades-spanning practice, Lynette Rosen has explored the multifaceted aesthetics views of life through different materials and mediums. Self-taught, Lynette began creating as a means of dealing with the internal (vision) of creative works she has experienced her whole lifetime. In her sculptural work she is greatly influenced by Rodin and Michelangelo. Lynette later experimented with assemblage in the vein of mixing various materials, combining metal, glass and other components. She returned to making sculptures and 3-D works in the 2000s and continues today creating figurative sculpture, as well as works that combine these various materials. Lynette falls outside the confines of any particular artistic movement or period, but she remains a prolific and unique creator.