Wynn Yarrow


Wynn Yarrow

"My work is landscape as metaphor for the inner life.   It exists in the shadowland between technique and vision; emotion and intellect; the physical realm and the spiritual one.  My inspirations are as often introspective as they are visual."

I am drawn to transition in nature: shifts in season, light and the sky.  Twilight and dawn, changes in seasons, and shifting colors all speak to the human spirit.  Night presents an alternate reality, one that relies on powers of memory, insight and imagination.  Night holds mystery and beckons to mystery.  Clouds are ephemeral, yet yield tremendous power.  To meet the sky, one is forced to look up: a deeply hopeful act.  Looking at my work, you are invited to imagine and remember all senses.  You see not only a vision of place, but sense being there, fully experiencing wonder.

​All art shown on this page is copyright Wynn Yarrow.


APRIL 13-MAY 4, 2018: STATION GALLERY, Clinton County Arts Council
2 E Bald Eagle Street, Lock Haven, PA 17745
Reception: Friday April 13, 6-9 pm.  Remarks at 7 pm.
A solo exhibit as part of the Invitational Artist Series

West End Gallery, 12 West Market, St., Corning, NY 14830
Reception: Friday September 7, 5:00-7:30 pm.
Group exhibit featuring new work of Wynn Yarrow, David Buck, Trish Coonrod and Gina Pfleegor.