Lynn Keffer’s work has been exhibited locally and nationally, and is included in the collections of the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington D.C., the Skillman Library at Lafayette College and other private collections.
Her professional background was graphic design and art direction, working on magazines, annual reports and corporate communications. Keffer's hand-pulled prints, etchings in particular, provide content for her artist's books.

In addition to membership in various printmaking organizations, she is actively involved with the Books Arts Roundtable (BAR), a group of artists who meet regularly in South Orange, NJ. Her prior experience as a graphic designer influences her interest in multi page book arts.
Combining a series of etchings in book form is a way to reconfigure two-dimensional imagery. Instead of being displayed behind glass in a frame, the images have a different kind of energy in an artist’s book where the viewer experiences a new relationship with the art by actually touching the paper.