Wendy has exhibited her art since 1986. Her work been published in the US, CA, AU and UK in publications such as The NY times, The Washington Post, The Village Voice, The NY Sun, Womens Wear Daily, Coastal Living, and Northern Virginia Magazine. Her work has been sold to private collections as well as at charity events such as the "Postcards From the Edge" benefit for Visual AIDS of NYC; Northern Virginia Family Service; The Fund for Women Artists, and Blue Ridge Wildlife Center .
Charlotte's Web Talismans: Real Spider Webs
The human eye is limited. It is always drawn to the subject. The eye does not have the means to see the in-between world at the edges that the imagination prefers to see. Imagination is always drawn to the unknown because it understands that this is where the mysterious beauty of the visible world and the invisible world merge. This place is infused with spirit and presence. Here the imagination sees all the possibilities that the linear mind cannot see. The richness of that which we experience and the depth of who we are as individuals depends upon the expanse of what we can imagine. When our imagination is awakened, our entire experience deepens. Imagination is vital to our souls.
I have always enjoyed manipulating the emulsion of film, thereby altering the perception of reality. My body of work explores similar effects with the use of digital darkroom techniques. The resulting image is not only a reflection of reality, but also a rendering of the imagination.
but for the grass ©2013
My Life in a Yellow Submarine: a journey into the singing reaches ©2010 (For The Brooklyn Art Library)
When Words Fail Her (Journal : Embodying the Conscious Feminine) ©2013
Time Flies I ©2018