Born in April of 2010, to say that Wynnie has spent her entire life sculpting would not be an exaggeration. Wynnie is the daughter of Clint and Jamie Howard, owners of one of the largest fine art foundries in the United States. She went to work with her parents every day for her first 2 years of life, and over the ensuing years has gotten to meet, learn from, and work with some of the most prolific sculptors of this generation.
What began as a fun hobby that allowed her to work alongside her sculptor father, quickly became a focus for Wynnie. By the age of 6, she had created 7 small clay sculptures (Wynnie’s Minis), which she assisted in molding, pulling waxes, casting, and adding patina. She participated in her first public art show at the age of 7 and was one of the top-selling artists of the weekend. Since that time, she has continued to expand her body of work to include tabletop and garden scale monuments. She has also begun a collection of short stories to further develop the characters she creates.
Wynnie is inspired by the world around her, and the art that she creates is a direct reflection of her unique point of view. The work is relatable and direct, yet whimsical and humorous. It permanently captures the beauty and innocence of childhood.