Wynne grew up in Montreal in the 1960s in a house full of art and colorful tapestries. She studied graphic design in Montreal but soon escaped to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico to study fine arts, her true calling.
The sea called next and Wynne went to Egypt to scuba dive in the Red Sea. It was there that her love of saturated bold colors and dynamic patterns was formed. Wynne now resides in Lac-Megantic, Quebec where she paints her woodland-inspired, surrealist compositions.
“I paint fantasy and reality creating a narrative that challenges the rational order of society. I often use the unconscious mind as a source of unleashing creativity and automatism, the element of chance. We are all energy and I try to capture that magic in paint.”