“Color is the very integral part of our lives. Symbolizes the mood of calmness in our minds, spirits and our souls. It sets the tone for our feelings, culture, tradition and religion. It also brings harmony, that is pleasing to our eyes. It is the universal language of conversation, as it brings joy, laughter, sadness, and love, and most of all peace.”
Wendy Jackson, an award winning SCAA artist and a native of South Carolina, has been painting for over 15 years. As a visual artist, she enjoys creating from her heart; where her truest and deepest feeling resides. Her art world consists of abstract art, photography, and poetry (published as “Food for the Soul”).
Among her current accomplishments: Artwork in London, England from February 14-16 at the Parallax Art Fair. Featured artist in the Charleston Style and Design magazine. Awarded 2019 FASO BoldBrush Abstract Artist Award for her painting Transition, which is also the title of this exhibit series.
Wendy lives life in full color. “Art allows me to express my feelings about things around us that makes us who we are. I like bringing joy to people because life can be very challenging at times. It’s amazing how a blank canvas can be transformed into a creative work that gives life and meaning to our lives.
While she has taken a few art workshops, she is a self-taught artist who loves using palette knives, brushes, hand movement and other objects to creative wonderful original designs.
Come visit her artwork at the Transition Exhibit at the Vinings Library.
- Public Art Exhibit
January 30, 2020 - January 31, 2021
Venue: Vinings Public Library
Venue Phone: 770-801-5330Address: