WENDY 

RAMSAY

1949 Born in Vancouver, Canada.

1972-74 Studied graphic design and figure drawing at the Vancouver School of Art; Honours diploma, won Art Directors’ Award. 

1974-76 Graphic designer for Gumaelius Otta Ad Agency, Stockholm, studied figure drawing at Konstfactskolan, Stockholm, Sweden. 1976-77 Graphic designer for Alt for Damerne magazine, Copenhage, Denmark. 

1977-78 Studied figure drawing, painting and sculpture at Ecole de Beaux Arts, Grenoble, France 1978-81 Graphic designer for Creative Thinker Graphic Design Studio

1981- Created Wendy Ramsay Graphic Design. 

1992-93 Studied figure drawing and painting at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver 1992-93 Studied figure drawing at Basic Inquiry Studio, Vancouver. 

Wendy Ramsay studied Fine Art and Graphic Design in Canada, Sweden, Denmark and France and used her skills and talents with leading advertising agencies and magazines.

In 1981, Wendy founded her own graphic design studio, winning numerous awards for her work. Additionally, she designed, made and successfully marketed porcelain jewelry.

In 1992 Wendy returned full-time to her real love - fine art. Strength of form and energy, simply conveyed, are vital elements of Wendy’s impressionistic, gestural sculpture of the human figure. She now draws upon her life’s experience and upon her love of purity of form contained in the essence of the human figure to produce works that capture her inimitable signature of tangible energy and emotion in her sculptural abstractions of the human form.

EXHIBITIONS:

1995 Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, Canada

1995-98 Represented by Denison Gallery, Toronto, Canada

1998 Sculpture Exposition at Gallery 7, Toronto, Canada

2000 David Lee Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona 2001 Represented by H. Pollock Gallery, Summerland, California

2002 Represented by Water’s Edge Gallery, Palm Desert

2002–2006 Represented by Europa Fine Art, Summerland, Californa

2019-2020 NAG Art Gallery, Pietrasanta, Italy

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WENDY RAMSAY

Nero XII, 1999, bronzo con foglia oro 22 k, h31x23x17 cm