The Gallery: Wendy Heldmann

The Gallery: Wendy Heldmann

amy chase
Apr 12, 2007


Witnessing homespun unease 5, 2006, acrylic on paper 26.25" x 37"
Introducing Wendy Heldmann I like this LA artist's point of view; looking up at trees.


There Can't Be a Longer Time, acrylic on canvas on panel, 36 x 54.5
Looking up, seeing the silhouettes of leaves, tree tops reaching in, a symmetry that might be artist-imposed, and a few surprising shifts of color... give me a sense a spaciousness and balance.


Witnessing Homespun Unease 4, 2006, acrylic on paper, 26.25” square
But what's all this about unease? Are these titles wry?


Witnessing Homespun Unease 7, 2006, acrylic on paper, 26.25" x 37"


Witnessing Homespun Unease 6, 2006, acrylic on paper, 26.25" x 37"
From a statement about Heldmann's work, "With translated imagery from photographs and videos taken from walks, pictures, traveling, and experiences, she fragments the representation of a place so that the pieces become part memory, part imagining, and part copying/doubling."


To the unlikely event, to tomorrow 2, 2006, acrylic on paper, 20" x 30


Simple Winter 3, 2006, acrylic on paper, 26.25" x 37"
Prices range, for works on paper, between $1500 and $1700, and the lovely work on canvas on panel is $3,800 at Kenise Barnes Fine Art in the village of Larchmont, NY, where you can see some of Heldmann's work in person. Inquiries? Please contact the artist directly via email. Know any artists whose work would make a home a lovelier place? Send ideas to The Gallery. Thanks!
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