Wendy Letven is a visual artist who lives in Northern New Jersey and works in New York where she teaches at Parsons, The New School for Design. Her art practice includes painting, mixed media and assemblage. Letven received a bachelors degree in graphic arts from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. She received a masters degree in fine art from Hunter College in New York. She has exhibited in the New York area in a range of museums and galleries including The Bronx Museum, The Montclair Art Museum, and the Mayson Gallery. The work featured here was started around the time of the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and has evolved as a developing narrative of our mistreatment of our environment.
Thaw and Trickle (2017) 30″ x 20″ | Ink on Arches paper | $1,100