Welcome to the website of Wendy Moore (me!), an artist who loves to make various forms of adornment with polymer (among other things) and who travels between Australia and Nepal. Here you will find pictures of my art, information about my classes and a little bit about me and my passions.
After the Monsoon is a celebration of waking up for another morning and having a new day to live in as mindfully as I can. During the monsoon, Nepal is a sea of vermillions, oranges, scarlets, emeralds, turquoises, violets, magentas, snails and water. Mud laden rivers surge, gutters gush, lightning cracks and thunder crashes. While living there, I endured the heat and learnt to love the snails. I love the colours. Sweat was my friend. And I decided that the man who invented ceiling fans should be sainted.
After the monsoon, it is incredible. If I could breathe in poincianas I would have. Every morning I walked up an avenue of them and their flowers were an exuberant celebration of all things fertile-my daily metaphor for abundant generosity. How could I not make SOMETHING in response to all this fecundity?
So I did and I still do and the pages that follow feature some of my art. I spend 8-9 months of the year in Australia and 3-4 months back in Nepal-where the internet is a bit dodgy! During those times, this site will be a tad self sufficient. Wherever I am, and wherever you are, I hope you enjoy exploring the site and please don’t hesitate to contact me.