WW this is a very nice one. I wish I could see it in person. I spent a long time on your site today trying to pick my favorite. I also thought it was a great contrast to yesterdays pick.
Agreed! I love looking at her site. The grid of lovelies is hard to choose from. Very straightforward and joyous-seeming painting. Want to see them in person.
Total relief from yesterday's hemhorrage.
hey if you like this have you ever checked out the work of that guy wallace whitney at canada? he's way better i think... fiercer and more perverse.
I like ww better, avery. She be plenty fierce and painterly.
I love this one too.
I think Wallace Whitney and Wendy White have there own things going on. But they do they do have the same initials.I love the way this painting looks on my blog. I am very proud of myself today.
i like the sculptures and installations on wendy's blog. the wallace whitney's are good, though - i just looked him up. painter - you are to be congratulated.
I agree. Congratulations, Painter.
yah you should be proud! this is great. next one, next one!
wow, oh thank you thank you! i am so happy!!!p.s, i love wallace whitney! he is my hero.
Yo, Wendy. Trust your instincts and push the scale.Kill your hero's.Go to that special place only you feel.
I'm always a fan of squishy, earthy rainbows. what's the scale of this?
I can't get past the little black puppy staring balefully out at me.
Lumpy Punch2005Acrylic on canvas30 x 30 inches
i would like to see this in the non-ether!!
wow the work is so great! i saw your website too ww, i think it's even better over there than on your website! those sculptures and wierd things you are making are fantastic! i can see the connection to wallace whitney. in a good way. and some other canada gallery people.
ps how stupid, i meant to say i liked the work even better over on your blog!
Me too, I'm a fan now. I am glad to be introduced to your work. I have no desire to "rip you a new one."
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