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They asked some probing questions!

Read my 2023 feature interview published by Canvas Rebel Magazine

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November 2021

My Liquid Charcoal art

featured in Nitram ad in UK art mag!

Have you seen the November 2021 issue of Artists & Illustrator magazine? I am excited to partner with Nitram in this full-page (inside front cover) ad for their Liquid Charcoal—one of my favorite mediums to work with.

The ad features a QR code to my YouTube demo and a nice bio.


Super exciting to have this opportunity.


July 21, 2021

Afternoon Outing

Students LEAP to Crary Art Gallery

Students in the Warren County School District’s Learning Enrichment Afternoon Program learned about art and the environment during a Tuesday outing.More than 60 students going into grades kindergarten through five in LEAP visited the Crary Art Gallery. There, they enjoyed the works in the Riparian Zone: Up and Down the Riverbank by Wendy and Sandhill Bill Bale of Jamestown, N.Y.

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July 9, 2021

Husband and wife duo highlight

Saturday Crary opening

Three years in the making, Wendy and “Sandhill” Bill Bale from Chautauqua County, bring to the Crary Art Gallery an exhibition that is unique and inspiring–not only for art lovers, but for nature enthusiasts as well.

“Riparian Zone: Up and Down the River Bank” celebrates the habitat along the water’s edge, brought to life through her detailed paper sculpture and charcoal works, paired with his high level of artistry in furniture design.

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August 1, 2020

Wendy Bale's 'papercuts' Opens Saturday at Tri-County Arts Council

OLEAN, NY —  “papercuts,” Wendy Bale’s first solo show of her cut paper sculpture, will open Saturday, 2-8 p.m., in the Tri-County Arts Council, 110 W. State St. The event, like other TCAC exhibit openings, will be free and open to the public, but it has been organized according to New York State social distancing guidelines. Bale will give exclusive tours to those who are interested in attending the opening reception. Twelve groups will be scheduled, with no more than 10 people…


May 13, 2020

Going global: Local artist's work included in international exhibitions online.

Wendy Bale, a nature artist in Jamestown, NY is now part of the International Online Art Collective (IOAC), a group of 21 professional artists representing nine countries. The group brings attention to international artists through online curated showcases and featured artists. Like a gallery opening people can enjoy from home, a new art exhibit is presented on Facebook each Friday. A featured artist is in the spotlight each week where videos…

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November 2019

Local Artists Release New Works at 2nd Annual POP-UP Gallery Event, Saturday, November 30

A group of area artists welcomes the public to their release of recent artworks at a one-day POP-UP Gallery Event. Wendy Bale, Bill Bale and Deb Eck of Jamestown, N.Y., Karen Glosser of Chautauqua, N.Y., and Kimberly Turner of Warren, Pa., will display their works Saturday, November 30, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. at Sandhill Designs, 149 Frissell Road, Jamestown, N.Y.

The artists will transform the Bales’ 1880’s home into an art gallery for one day, on…

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