BIO Lynn Wyczolkowski is a Canadian based photographic artist who has participated in over seventy solo and group shows in Canada, Italy, Japan, Poland, The Netherlands, and the United States. Experiential education was gained as a photographic assistant in Toronto, Asia, and Europe. Lynn’s Cibachrome photographs are in the permanent collections of numerous public galleries across Canada, including the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Confederation Art Centre Gallery (Charlottetown, PE), Kamloops Art Gallery (BC), Art Gallery of Hamilton, Art Gallery of Windsor, PAMA Brampton ON, Art Gallery of Algoma (Sault Ste Marie, ON), Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery (Owen Sound, ON), Georgian College (Barrie, ON), and the Art Gallery of Mississauga (ON). In Poland her photographs are in the Canadian Embassy in Warsaw and the District Museum in Bydgoszcz. Her works are also in private collections in Italy, Japan, Poland and the United States.
ARTIST STATEMENT “From youth I have held a desire to remember details and settings of things and places travelled in a very exacting manner which strongly influences my photographic expression. The foundation of my artistic practice is available light and a traditional approach to photography in preservation of the art form. This combines with a mandate to seek and highlight aestheticism that would normally be overlooked by a general glance. The macro lens allows me to capture texture, form, inherent design and emotive nuances that influence perception. My artistic goal is to encourage viewers to take a closer look at the world around us, to discover the beauty in minutiae.” - Lynn Wyczolkowski