The adventure of a visionary portfolio BY FAYTHE SINCLAIR-WYNNE


Hi there, my name is Faythe, very unique - I am aware. It sounds exactly like "Faith" but my parents chose a more creative route with the spelling, as if the name "Faith" wasn't already original enough. Am I right? But I believe it sets me apart from others, just like my art. As cliché as it gets, I was born and raised in a small town on the outskirts of the city, always desiring the dive in. After high school I decided the take that jump. Now edging on the end of my teenage years and currently digging my routes into the city of Toronto I'm exploring the field of art and design. Currently, I am exploring all avenues of this field and trying to decipher a specialty the peaks my interest.


I am studying at George Brown College in the Art and Design Foundation program amidst the preparation of building an artistic portfolio. As of right now, my aspirations are to further my education in the field of interior design and hopefully become a certified interior designer with her own company one day. Wish me good luck!

Faythe's Philosophy

Art is inevitable. Every time I open my eyes in the morning, put on my outfit of the day and pour my morning cup of coffee I am subconsciously surrounded. Surrounded by all my ordinary daily necessities that I have become so natured to their presence that I do not realize their artistic value. We are sheltered by forms of colour, space, texture, line, and space with every glance we make. With out it, we would simply starve of white space.

Creative Process

(orderly steps from left to right)

Step 1: First step I take during my creative process is to gather all research and materials required.

Step 2: Then I begin to create my thumbnails. I always create more than one thumbnail to generate as much creativity as possible which commonly results in my best possible outcomes.

Step 3: After creating my thumbnails, I then like to experiment with other mediums, colour and/or textures. In this case, I practiced creating as many possible grayscale's in as many techniques as possible with a variation of pen widths.

Step 4: Furthermore, I began to create new thumbnails adventuring new designs with different techniques. Then, after finalizing designs I am ready to start my final.


"Union Station" pencil crayon on canson
"One Point Perspective Hallway" pencil on bond paper
"One Point Perspective Room" pen on bond paper
"Still Life" pencil crayon on canson
"Audrey Hepburn Line Exploration" pen on bond paper
"Version two: Audrey Hepburn in Pointillism" pen on bond paper
"Lucille Ball Layering Greyscale" white, grey, black paper
"Abstract Self Portrait" pen on bond
"Female Life Drawing" charcoal on bond paper
"Male Life Drawing" charcoal on bond paper
"Personalized Logo"
"Personalized Business Card"
"Digital Perspective Hallway"
"Hawaiian T-Shirt"
"Photo Restoration"
"Pollution Poster"


"Creativity doesn't wait for that perfect moment. It fashions its own perfect moments out of ordinary ones" -Bruce Garrabrandt
"You can't suppress creativity, you can't suppress innovation" -James Daly
"Creativity is contagious, pass it on" - Albert Einstein



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