Wynne Reynolds is an artist whose work reflects her diverse experiences around the world.
Wynne studied at Parsons in Paris and earned a degree in Design from College Salette in Montreal. She began her art career working primarily in video graphics, while also working in print and set design. Her piece, Alter Egos: Portraits of the Human Tribe, earned her an Emmy nomination in 1996 while at KUSA 9News. She was also invited by the Denver International Film Festival to design the space for its premiere New Media Expo.
Having shifted her creative focus to abstract painting and mixed media, Wynne has studied with the Naropa Institute’s chair of visual arts, Sue Hammond West, and with noted Chinese mixed media artist Yang Yang. She has traveled widely, visiting galleries and museums in London, Paris, Montreal, Stuttgart, Northern Italy, and all over the United Sates. Wynne doesn’t limit herself to finding inspiration from traditional environments; she loves quirky spots like the Kew Bridge Steam Museum, Cave of the Winds and the underground tunnels beneath Paris. This penchant is evident in her work as she creates visual vignettes to explore.