Wendy Edwards' paintings focus on the interaction of color relationships on multi-layered surfaces. Her primary interest is in visual information dealing with patterning and repetition, and often finds inspiration for her work in nature, textiles, and embellished ornamentation. Edwards is known for her color and textural surface paintings in which she has used both patterned abstraction and naturalistic imagery.
Wendy Edwards is the Chair and Professor of Visual Art at Brown where she teaches painting and drawing courses. She received her BFA degree in painting at the University of the Arts, Philadelphia and an MA in art at the University of New Mexico. Residencies include Hambidge Center, the MacDowell Colony, Pouch Cove Foundation and Auvillar, France. Wendy has been awarded two Salomon faculty research awards.
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