Wynn Yarrow's work has been exhibited in eleven colleges and universities, most recently at Northeastern Seminary, Rochester, NY. The solo exhibit Unfolding: Landscapes as Metaphors for the Inner Life examined the artists' spiritual journey through four floors of art.
Yarrow's work has been exhibited in the national celebration of dark skies, Night Vision, in Flagstaff AZ, and in the invitation-only Representing Representation at the Arnot Art Museum, Elmira NY. Her work has been exhibited in the eponymous Prince Edward Island gallery of Pilar Shepard, former curator of the Whitney Museum.
Yarrow is the ongoing artist-in-residence of The Rockwell Museum, Corning, NY, a Smithsonian affiliate.
The Rockwell Museum's Great Circle residency takes me into Elmira City first grade classrooms for interdisciplinary education on Native American culture, visual art, literacy, math and science.
Watch an introductory video.
A rotating selection of reproductions of my work,twice a year sale events, and occasionally original paintings are offered on this national website. It is juried by a former curator at the Smithsonian's Renwick Gallery.
West End Gallery represents my original paintings.
12 West Market Street
Corning NY 14830
The Creative Center, New York, NY represents my work with a focus on arts in healthcare.
Steele Memorial Library, headquarters of Chemung County Library District, hosts regular art workshops taught by Wynn Yarrow.
This magnificent nature reserve of gardens and forests hosted me for a creative residency.