Jack Winn has been painting and sculpting for thirty years. His paintings are in numerous private collections and for sale in many galleries. Jack has installed a millennium sculpture located in the River Road parkette in Grand Bend.
"Influenced by Tom Thomson, as well as the post-impressionists, Winn though not slavishly so, looks particularly to his Canadian predecessors for inspiration, seeing himself as working within the same artistic continuum. But it is his own personal relationship with the Canadian landscape, and his interpretation of the beauty and clarity of the land, that defines and characterizes his work." Scene Magazine '96
Jack was a professor of music at the University of Western Ontario for sixteen years. He is currently the principal double bass player for The Stratford Symphony. Professor Winn has played frequently with the Toronto Symphony, and sat as principal bass in Orchestra London and the Hamilton, Kitchener, Edmonton, Clarion and Windsor Symphonies.
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