About The Artist
Born and raised in Oshawa, Ontario, Wendy Moses spent her summers in Muskoka at Lake Rosseau. As a child, she could be found in the boathouse Saturday mornings, enjoying art classes with her grandmother, Alexandra Luke – a member of the Painters Eleven.
Wendy received her education at The New School of Art in Toronto, the University of Toronto (Erindale Campus), B.A., and Nipissing University in North Bay, B.Ed.
Her love of art led her to picturesque Partridge Lane, located a few kilometers outside of Bracebridge, where, in 1998, she opened the Alexandra Luke Gallery, named in honour of her grandmother.
Wendy paints with watercolour, acrylic and oil. Her subjects are mostly flowers and scenes of nature that shy away from realism into abstraction. She is also a photographer with a keen eye and good sense of composition.
Wendy sees art as a total experience for the viewer and she welcomes you to to The Alexandra Luke Gallery, where you will find bright, bold and beautiful expressionist paintings that will awaken and enhance your imagination.
Photo Credit: Kelly Holinshead