The history of Wacky Wendy dates back to 1982 when bored at a backyard barbecue, Wendy began to play with the paper plates. In an instant of quiet genius she realized the beauty of the
circle, infinite and rhythmic, almost Zen-like, and in it's reincarnation each colorful paper plate became the
ideal artist's material
. As she discovered how well the
medium lent itself to her imaginative cutting, she was
also struck with the beauty of taking a simple
common object, and turning it into an item of
fun as well as art.
From those humble beginnings, Wendy expanded into a whole plethora of paper plate sculptures creating such masterpieces as a ten foot dragon for a museum, wedding and party dresses for some of New York's classiest Fifth Ave. department stores, and even "fun wear bikinis" for a major magazine. As much fun as these incredibly intricate projects were to create, she always found that her greatest sense of achievement and satisfaction came from the delighted smiles of people as they discovered for themselves the magic that she discovered back in 1982.
Wendy's good hattitude has won her a steady stream of kudos from audiences at private parties, corporate gatherings, industry meetings and trade shows as well. Her warmth and wit keep audiences intrigued, involved and entertained. The fun of creating art and her joy in playing with people- keep Wendy on the cutting edge of entertainment.


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