photo: Sarah Wainwright
A connection to the infinite, unknowable beyond is implicit in Wendy’s abstracted paintings & prints, inspired by water’s motion & light.
Wendy has exhibited in New England, Long Island, and beyond for 30 years.
This year she is included in a museum show on Long Island & the Cambridge Art Association Prize show, and exhibitng prints at Cove St Arts in Portland ME, Woodstock NY, and Riverhead NY.
Wendy is represented by Alpers Gallery, Massoniart Gallery, and Alex Ferrone Gallery.
In 2022, she exhibited paintings and prints in two LI Museum shows, as well as at galleries in Jamesport, Cutchogue, and Southold NY and Rockport, MA. In 2021, she curated an exhibit at ART @ Phoebe & Belle, in Cutchogue, NY and was included in a 2020 group print show at Cove Street Arts in Portland, Maine, Singular & Serial, based on the book in which her prints are featured.
Collections include the Long Island Museum and the Boston Public Library as well as private collections.
She was awarded a fellowship from the Ballinglen Arts Foundation to paint in Ireland, a grant from the St Botolf Club to paint in Rome and honored with the Spirit Award from Maud Morgan Arts, to commemorate her co-founding of the city-wide Cambridge art center and her continued service there.
Educated at The Rhode Island School of Design and The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, she lives and works in both Cambridge, MA and Peconic, NY.
“I believe that the arts can be a vital part of everyone's life!
It has been an honor to help MMA evolve...and provide a pathway to creative expression for children and people of all ages."
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