Vynka was raised in a very creative environment; her great grandmother was an artist and opera singer her mother a very creative person. A self-taught artist, Vynka was always encouraged to follow her creative pursuits and began drawing in charcoal at a young age.
Her works celebrate a quality which exaggerates colour and perspectives, intentionally exposing brush marks and paint drips to show signs of the hand made and contribute to the visual environment of my works. She loves to capture light and subjects from unusual perspectives, her belief is that there is an honesty in the imperfect.
Vynka's thoughts on her work.... "Subjects are a diverse fusion of my personal travels and experiences along with memories and encounters with the special individuals I met. I find moments that inspire me, endeavour to capture them and translate it into my art so my audience can experience it as well.
My artworks resonate with the insinuated natural beauty of experience and place, they also echo my affection and gratitude to the fundamentals of art in its entirety."
Vynka's greatest joy is to see others connect and celebrate the little bit of satire and originality that she loves to assemble in each piece. Her hope is that her audience gains as much enjoyment from her completed works as she gains from the creative process.