Wendy Gell presents a retrospective of her work at the May meeting of SOSA — The Southern Oregon Society of Artists — May 20, 2019 at the Medford Public Library. Library doors lock at 7pm, so please arrive early for a little social time!
I went out one night to a bar on MacDougal street to relax with a glass of vodka and my journal, a big black book filled with drawings and clippings pasted in. A tall handsome man with piercing blue eyes and a cap asked if he could sit down with me. My heart stopped beating in my chest and I lost my breath. It was the man who had written the sound track to my entire life—Bob Dylan.
This post, “Life is Hard, Clay is Soft ,” is a new chapter in Wendy Gell’s autobiography, written April 7, 2018.
I have just started a GoFundMe.com campaign. Through this campaign, I hope to find an editor for my autobiography and to raise the funds I need to pay him or her. Please read on to find out why this is so important to me, and why I need help to complete this project.
Wendy Gell’s art exhibit The Gravity Free Zone at Pangea in Ashland, Oregon started on November 3rd and continues through the end of the month. Sneak peek!
CJCI Workshop participants show off the jewelry they made during Wendy’s second CJCI workshop at the 2015 annual convention in Providence, Rhode Island!
A Wendy Gell wristy was brought to the Antiques Roadshow to be appraised. The segment will be featured on the show in January 2016! Check SOPTV for airtimes
Read the lovely article written about Wendy and her enchanting jewelry by Melinda Lewis of Costume Jewelry Collectors International!