He attended the Burslem School of Art and is originally from Stoke on Trent.
His latest work includes medium of watercolour and salt whilst exploring his Potteries roots including a series called Written in Dust which pays homage to the miners. His grandfather was a miner at the North Staffordshire mine, Chatterley Whitfield.
Geoffrey Wynne has continued to explore his Potteries roots since 2012 on suggestion of his good friend and fellow artist who lived in Burslem, Ken Griffiths. Ken enjoyed visiting the gallery at Barewall on many occasions.
RI James Fletcher-Watson Award for Revolution 2019
RI Art Critic Award : Written in Dust The Resurrection of The Miners 2018
RI Windsor Newton Prize: The Red Line 2014
The Singer Friedlander Sunday Times Watercolour Competition.
Duchess of Alba watercolour prize Sevilla, Gaudi Watercolour Prize
Prizes in Malaga, Granada, Cordoba, Vitoria, Almeria
Elected member of The Royal Institute of Watercolourists (RI) 2008.