Wanda Boudreaux

The artwork of Wanda Boudreaux has always been about calling attention to and celebrating the Spirit of Nature, and to the dichotomy of our physical world and a more mysterious abstract reality that speaks easily through nature, the landscape and the sea.

Being from New Orleans, having studied and lived in New York City, and now living in Santa Monica, California, the natural environs of each place have been the inspiration and subject matter for much of Wanda’s art.  As a painter who loves photography and drawing, she at times combines all three in a balance of analog and digital, of handmade and technological, to create a fresh hybrid with striking formal harmony.

Wanda graduated from the New Orleans Center for Creative Art, attended Parson’s School of Design, and in 1984 received a BFA with Honors in Fine Art from The School of Visual Arts in New York City. She holds a California Single Subject Teaching credential in Art. Her profession in the Fine Art field has included being an accomplished Conservation Fine Art Framer: for A Gallery for Fine Photography in New Orleans, Don Francis Framing in Venice, California, and as a consultant for the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles. She has spent many years as an Art Teacher, both in New Orleans and in Los Angeles.

Over the years Wanda has exhibited widely in New Orleans, New York and Los Angeles. Notably, she has a painting in the collection of the City of New Orleans. Also notably, Wanda has a 21-year-old son and 5 cats!

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