Please join us for an Artist Reception at the lovely Counterpoint in Golden Hill, San Diego on May 5th 2016, beginning at 5pm. Feel free to come any time that evening and have a drink with me. My art will be displayed for up to 3 months so stop by anytime.
Spring Renewal is an expression of my firm dedication to live a healthy and positive life. Do you have an anchor that you look to as a reminder to follow your through with your life goals? What is it? I’d love to hear about it.
I finished a quick study of my daughter Ivy last night from a photograph I took while we were camping this winter. I feel it captures her vivacious spirit and fun personality, not to mention the pure volume that comes with being a 2 year old. This is a smaller painting, 8″ x 10″ oil on canvas.
I’m happy to say I’ve been asked to return for another show at Cosmos Coffee Cafe in the La Mesa Village! The artwork is currently on display and will be exhibited through November 2012. There’s some new illustrations and a hanful of new paintings along with some older favorites. The theme is “childhood wonder”. Stop by and enjoy some art and some fine coffee. Let me know what you think!
I did a triptych a couple years ago of my husband, son and myself. It was painted in three panels because I always hoped we would have another child and I could add her in a panel. Well, my family is finally complete as I finished Ivy Dale’s painting last night. I’ll photograph it with the other panels soon, but it’s really wet and I don’t want to risk moving it as the sides are painted. What do you think?
A while ago I set up and painted at the beautiful Olivewood Gardens Learning enter. I have donated that painting to Olivewood Gardens for their Heart of the Harvest 2 Day Event. They will be hosting a moonlit soiree on one night and a family affair the next. Should be a lot of fun! For more information visit http://olivewoodgardens.org/heartoftheharvest/wendy-kwasny
I have submitted 5 paintings to SDAI’s Summer C-note art sale. The Opening Night is June 4th from 5-8pm. It’s quite an event! People come early and scramble to grab paintings right off the gallery wall for purchase. The paintings are all priced at $100, $200 or $300 dollars. It’s a great way to collect some of the finest San Diego artist’s work.