About Wendy Bale
Artist Wendy Bale documents nature and wildlife using cut paper sculpture and charcoal drawing techniques. “For me, art is like elaborate journaling. I am inspired to capture and record the essence of the outdoors – the textures, movement and beauty of the world around me” An avid birder, Wendy’s subjects often include birds, forest creatures, landscapes and rivers.
Black and white has dominated much of her recent pieces, as she completed a body of river-themed work for CURRENT, a duo show with her furniture-maker husband, Bill. The work was on exhibit April-June of 2018.
Represented by Painted Finch Gallery in Corry, Pennsylvania and Portage Hill Gallery in Westfield, New York, Wendy is also an exhibiting member of the North Shore Arts Alliance. Other noteworthy past shows include Women Create, in Jamestown, NY and a retrospective at the Wetmore Gallery in Warren, PA.
Wendy shares life with her husband “Sandhill Bill,” a custom furniture designer and woodworker and two standard poodles.
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