growing up in new england, wendy began her studies at danforth museum of art + continued creating artwork throughout her undergraduate career at roger williams university (bfa art, psychology + american studies). she has been drawn to color theory + experimenting with different techniques, ranging from watercolor, charcoal, pastel, acrylics, to photography. she more recently received a web + graphic design certification from the art institute of new england. her popular monochromatic pieces are uniquely textured, giving them a landscape effect. her works have been selected for hotel collections, wgbh fine art auction, showrooms + gallery shows, as well as over a hundred private collections.
wendy’s inspiration comes from the places she has been + how the landscape has affected her; coastal living with industrial concrete intertwined. her work reflects a roughness + a hidden metallic quality among the calming sea. the jagged east coast + its horizons have been imprinted in her mind + are ever changing with each journey.
wendy's latest textured acrylics are prime examples of sustainability in art. these eco-friendly works are layers of horizons, clouds, + soft sea storms. being environmentally conscious has always been an important aspect of wendy’s art. she continues this practice by using greenguard gold certified (for low chemical emissions ul 2818) acrylic paint. wendy hopes the viewer takes a moment to imagine taking a step into each piece + to visualize what the infinite horizon is today + in the future.