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CURRENT. The book

July 05, 2018

Sandhill Bill and I displayed our river themed collection of furniture, cut paper sculpture and charcoal drawings at the Octagon Gallery. This book is  a memento of that experience and a way for those unable to see the show to get a look at the work and the inspiration. 

CURRENT art show

April 20, 2018

Sandhill Bill and I had a joint show at the Octagon Gallery in Westfield.  The article appeared in the Lakeside Ledger, a paper covering our Chautauqua County region. 

Westfield , NY—Artist Wendy Bale and furniture maker Bill Bale, credit the natural beauty of the area’s waterways for inspiring the river theme of this two-person show. CURRENT, is on display at the Octagon Gallery at the Patterson Library in Westfield and opens April 20 with a public reception from 7-9pm...

Women Create Biennial

May 04, 2016

Two of my paintings were selected for the final "Women Create" art exhibit at the Dykeman Young Gallery in Jamestown, NY. This article is about the salon, where I spoke about my work and life as an artist.

Jamestown, NY – Previous participants are particularly looking forward to the third of four Women Create salons on Wednesday, May 4.

Women Create is the biennial juried exhibit of women’s art on display at the Dykeman-Young Gallery in downtown Jamestown, New York, 

A Different Light Art & Photography show

July 12, 2016

I collaborated with photographer Monika Garame in this concervation-themed show

 

WARREN – Warren photographer Monika Garami is presenting “A Different Light” at the Warren Public Library’s Wetmore Gallery.

Through her color and black and white photography and the art work of collaborator Wendy Bale, the show is bringing attention to both the beauty and the plight of area waterways, barns and natural habitats. The public is invited to an artists’ 

Audubon Community Nature Center Photography Award

June 17, 2016

My black and white image "Fern Star" won an award at the annual photo contest. 

2016 Winners & Runners Up

The 2016 contest had two divisions.  Adults were 18 years old or out of high school.  Youth were 18 or under, or still in school.  There were four categories:  Photos for the Landscapes, Plants (included lichens and fungi), and Animals categories could come from anywhere in the world.  Photos submitted in the fourth category called "Nature Center" had to be taken in the building or on the grounds of the sponsoring organization and communicate "the nature center experience."

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