Wynn Yarrow's landscapes are metaphors for the inner life. Clouds, though ephemeral, yield tremendous power. They represent the possibility of swift transformation. Night is a veiled realm, one that relies on memory, insight and imagination.
Wynn works in gouache (opaque watercolor) and matte acrylic mixed with a medium prepared by hand.
Trained in architecture, Wynn worked briefly in the design professions and then pursued fine art as a lifelong career. Wynn's continuing studies have been at Penland School of Crafts, NC, Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, MD, Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, NY and John C. Campbell Folk School, NC.