Ideas are only ideas until you put them into play,” says Wendy Moses. “I had a lot of thinking to do before I could even begin this current body of work. I had to ask myself many times, how I could relate painting with glass.”
Through the Looking Glass began more than a year ago as Wendy considered how these two very different media could co-exist as an extension of one another. Once Wendy solved this quandary, the project took on a life of its own with ideas forming as paintings were produced and the glass organized. Wendy saw a relationship of colour, form and design between the large, bright acrylic paintings that resemble stain glass windows and stained glass lanterns and tiny houses. “I hope the viewer sees the relationship between colour, shape and design then enjoys the beauty that is re-created in both the stain glass and the paintings,” says Wendy. “I love to try to push myself in new directions and to have the courage to strive towards bigger things.”
Public Reception: May 25, 2019 1 – 4pm
Photo credit- Paul Bennett
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