Wanda L Spence
The Endangered, Can Art Save Them?
An International Art Exhibition
(November 7 through January 8, 2021)
Wanda L. Spence, Washingtonian born 1957, known for her rich style from figurative to abstract with colorful compositions inspired by nature, shapes, & colors. Inspiration which started at a young age, comes from her travels to Martha's Vineyard and her lifetime perspective of the world around her. Studied visual art at The University of the DC, and master artist workshops. Spence holds a Diploma in Computer Programming, Strayer Business College; BBA - Averett College & MSPM Degree in Project Management /Entrepreneurship from George Washington University. Spence joined Art Impact USA 2015, local Arts & Humanities group in the DMV area with gifted artists around the globe with a primary focus to create opportunities for artists by converging art throughout the cultures both nationally and internationally.
Wanda L Spence is inspired to "Paint What You See". Ms. Spence's entrepreneurial spirit comes from her family lineage, education, and a combined 30 years of experience in the creative and visual arts community. As an artist, Ms. Spence is inspired by nature and the vibrant colors of wild life in their natural habitat. Ms. Spence has an internal gift to create abstract art that changes time and space. The abstract allows her to escape and distance herself from realism. When creating Tiger I & Tiger II Montage, Spence worked to capture these unique endangered creatures in still life and movement. She enjoys experimenting with textured paper on canvas throughout the development process of a full montage exploring colors, shapes and sizes to recreate nature.
Wanda L Spence
United States of America