What has Maya Lin done?

Maya Lin, (born October 5, 1959, Athens, Ohio, U.S.), American architect and sculptor concerned with environmental themes who is best known for her design of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.

What made Maya Lin famous?

Maya Lin is an American architect and sculptor best known for her design of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.

How old is Maya Lin?

62 years (October 5, 1959)
Maya Lin/Age

What was Maya Lin’s inspiration?

Throughout Maya Lin’s body of work is a profound respect and love for the natural environment. Her interest in landscape has led to works influenced by natural topographies and geologic phenomena, finding inspiration from rock formations, ice floes, water patterns, solar eclipses, and aerial views of the earth.

What schools did Maya Lin go to?

Yale School of Architecture1986
Yale University1981
Maya Lin/College

What are facts about Maya Lin?

Bio. Maya Lin,best known for being a Sculptor,was born in Athens,Ohio on Monday,October 5,1959.

  • Maya Lin’s zodiac sign is Libra. Maya Lin zodiac sign is a Libra.
  • She is currently 61 years old.
  • On Maya Lin’s birthday.
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  • The Year of the Pig.
  • Maya Lin’s life path number is 3.
  • Baby Boomers Generation.
  • What awards has Maya Lin won?

    In 1995 the feature-length film Maya Lin: A Strong Clear Vision (1994), written and directed by Freida Lee Mock , won the Oscar for best documentary . Lin was awarded the National Medal of Arts in 2009 and the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2016.

    What was Maya Lin childhood like?

    Lin’s family in America includes her mother and an older brother, Tan, who, is a poet like his mother. During her childhood, Maya Lin found it easy to keep herself entertained, whether by reading or by building miniature towns. Maya loved to hike and bird watch as a child.

    When was Maya Lin memorial created?

    The memorial was dedicated on November 13, 1982, after a march to its site by thousands of Vietnam War veterans. About two years later the Three Soldiers statue was dedicated.