Amy Wynne is a painter living and working in Pawtucket, RI. 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. In addition to teaching, Amy is an author at LinkedInLearning.com and CreativeLive.com.
MFA in Painting:
The New York Academy of Art, New York, NY
Dual BA in Art History and Cultural Anthropology:
Smith College, Northampton, MA
“I am curious about the liminal space in between clearly perceived moments. The speed of our existence leaves us with fleeting glimpses of nature. Painting outdoors deepens my sensory connection to the physical world. Witnessing what the landscape communicates through changing light, temperature and atmosphere allows me to present a vision of the environment that transcends its physical appearance, communicating the unity of nature and human spirit. Back in the studio, working from memory allows details to fall away while the most essential elements arise, revealing the truth of a place.”