Abstractionist Joyce Wenglowski focuses on using color and gesture to their maximum potential. A sense of spirituality, attention to design and structural elements are also strongly articulated in her works. Her artwork ranges in size from five inches to twenty feet, with her preferred medium being acrylic. She divides her time between two studios; one in Katonah, New York and the other in Deer Isle, Maine.

Wenglowski has exhibited in museums, galleries, colleges, universities, hospitals, corporations, and alternative art spaces, for the past 37 years.

Recently, paintings have been shown at the Neuberger Museum in Purchase, NY., Morgan Stanley Smith Barney in Purchase, NY, the g. Watson Gallery in Stonington, ME, and the DIAA Gallery in Deer Isle, ME.

Permanent corporate collectors include Pfizer Corp, PepsiCo., Dynax Corporation, and Metro Media Fiber Network. Private collectors reside in England, Italy and 15 US States and include The Toby and Leon Cooperman Collection, The Jason Moran Collection and the Rayanne and Edvard Kleiner Collection.

Wenglowski's past community outreach efforts have included serving on three art advisory boards, teaching private students, nursing home residents, daycare students, and high school students. She served on the Advisory Board for the Katonah Museum Artists' Association as President in 2003, and Chaired an Online Gallery program, a Featured Artist at the Museum Program, and an Artists Visit Artists program during her 10 years on the Board.


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