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Wendy invites you to visit her studio 

Located at 

9 East Main Street

Belgrade, Montana 59714


No set schedule, but I am there working for many hours!

Please contact me to confirm

that I'm there or to make an appointment.


Private appointments always available. 

Contact me at 406-600-0500






Born into an artistic family in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Wendy grew up exposed to the works of great masters in her home and at her mother’s gallery. She progressed to the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and graduated with a BFA from the University of Arizona. 

She decided to continue her education through workshops in faux finishing, furniture and mural painting. Her art flourished and found its way into hotels, homes and businesses throughout central New Hampshire.

In 2006, after moving to Montana with her husband, two daughters, and assorted dogs, Wendy has grown into a prolific artist creating canvases in oil, and teaching art classes as well. Her studio and gallery is located in the one hundred year old Belgrade Bank building. She is happiest when she is working amidst the beams of Montana sunshine coming through the big picture windows, beautiful music playing, and her colorful paintings surrounding her as they hang on the exposed brick walls...and, perhaps a dog or two by her side. 




Artist Statement


My artistic influences started from the time I was a child growing up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Every morning I walked down to breakfast past the art of masters like Picasso, Calder, Georgia O'Keefe, and Thomas Hart Benton. Edward Hopper, Robert Indiana, Hieronymus Bosch, and Salvador Dali showed me what different statements art could make. The Hudson River School artists showed me how to paint the light and magnificence of this earth. 

When I discover an ancient truck, a barn, or an old grain bin, I dream about the history, or family story that lies within its old bones. To me, these machines and structures are as much a part of the Montana landscape as the crops in the field. These ancient vehicles and historic structures represent man and his connection to the land. 

I am fascinated by the animals of the farm and ranch as well. I love to observe the rhythms of nature every spring when the calves arrive and the crops are planted. I know this cycle has happened for generations. These creatures are part of the landscape too. Through the subject matter I choose to paint, I tell the story of past and present rural Montana. 

My eyes never stop panning the landscape for a subject to paint. As I compose a painting, I borrow elements from different scenes to satisfy my own aesthetic. Though I paint old objects in the landscape, my goal is to create art that is contemporary.

When you look at my paintings, I invite you to feel the heat of the Montana sun on your back. See the intensity of color and light that is unique to this climate. Sit in front of my work and savor this distinct time; feel a sense of place…a place that you want to linger in again and again.

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