Artist Talk: Amy Wynne

Creative Resilience: Strategies for Hope & Flow 

April 29, 7:00-8:00PM

The ritual of making things on a daily basis can deepen the creative process and cultivate strength and momentum in challenging times. Artist Amy Wynne will speak about her evolution as a maker and the bravery she has built in the face of the unknown through her commitment to daily practice. Wynne will speak about her search for authentic expression while witnessing and interpreting the bittersweet beauty of everyday life. Her dance with ambition, distraction, risk taking and gentleness will resonate with so many of us as we search for ways to express truth through our work.

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BIO  Amy Wynne is an artist living and working in Pawtucket, RI. She holds an MFA in Painting from The New York Academy of Art in New York City and a dual BA in Art History and Cultural Anthropology from Smith College. She received the 2015 CE Teacher of Excellence Award from the Rhode Island School of Design. She has been teaching painting and drawing for 25 years. Formerly full time at The School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, she currently teaches workshops across New England and Tuscany.    She exhibits in galleries nationally and has work in private and corporate collections including Brown University, Fidelity Investments and Meditech Corporation. She has been awarded grants from The Rhode Island Cultural Council and a fellowship from the Vermont Studio Center. She is also an author of many on-line classes on LinkedInLearning.com and CreativeLive.com.

 

Amy Wynne is also a beloved teacher here at Concord Art! Amy is teaching Elemental Landscape this Spring. You can learn more about this course by clicking below:

MORNING CLASS: Connecting with the Natural World: Elemental Landscape with Amy Wynne

 

About Amy’s work… I am curious about the liminal space between clearly perceived moments. The speed of our existence leaves us with fleeting glimpses of nature. Working from life deepens my sensory connection to the physical world. Working from memory allows details to fall away while the most essential elements arise, revealing the truth of a place…transcending physical appearance, communicating the unity of nature and human spirit.”Amy Wynne 2021   For more information please visit: www.amywynne.com

 

 

Top:
Coastal Buffer Zone  ink & gouache on paper 6″ x 8″ 2018

Bottom:
Katama Farm oil on panel 16″ x 20″ 2019