Wendy is a paintor based in San Francisco, where she participates in local art shows and loves to engage with anyone drawn to her art. She's exhibited at the SF Chocolate and Art Show, Pancakes and Booze Art Show, and will be featured at Art Battle Oakland on Oct 1, and in the Superfine Art Fair in Spring 2023.
Art is the one constant in my life, the one thing I have always loved and always will love. It doesn’t judge, it lets me make mistakes, it lets me express myself and be fully present in the moment. It has carried me through joy and heartbreak, all of life’s ups and downs.
My art itself isn’t meant to have some greater meaning. It’s my relationship to my art that carries power.
I paint purely for myself, to set free my emotions and creative energy. When I paint I enter a meditative state, I turn my brain off and let my feelings carry the brush. There is no intention, no social commentary. Just pure creation driven by intuition and impulse.
I was born in the quiet suburbs of Wisconsin, where I loved painting and drawing with my mom, and began winning coloring competitions at a young age. When I turned 7, I lost both of my parents, and was abruptly plunged into a neglectful home where I was often locked in a room, and would not make art for many years.
I was driven to do well in school, and attended MIT, where I later recieved my degree in mechanical engineering. Around this time, I rediscovered my love of art and began to use painting and poetry as much needed forms of self expression and a reclamation of my freedom. For this reason, my art encompasses themes of survival, 'breaking free' and the power of positivity. My art tends to be bright and playful, an emotional exercise of freedom in itself.
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