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Wendy Skog

Skog studied art at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta.

Influenced by the New York School of painters, Skog has been an abstract painter since the late ’80s.  Her artistic growth and development in the medium of acrylic on canvas has been enhanced by attending the prestigious Emma Lake Artists’ Workshop in Canada and the Triangle Artists’ workshop in New York.  Skog has had the great benefit and privilege of studio critiques by Karen Wilkin, the notable New York critic, and Ken Carpenter, Chair of Fine Arts, York University, Toronto.  Skog has frequently traveled to  Toronto, New York, Seattle, and Los Angeles to study art in major public museums and private galleries.

Skog’s work is a wordless meditation expressed as energy moving in space. The paintings are an expression of the spirit, energy, confusion, surprise, excitement, tragedy, unpredictability, drama, and innocence collectively experienced through lifetimes. The work draws from the vulnerability and consciousness gained through these experiences without their graphic portrayal.

The paintings of Wendy Skog have been exhibited in numerous solo and group shows in Canada and the United States. Her work has been included in both corporate and private collections internationally.

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