I have been an artist since I was a kid—Drawing, painting, sewing, crafting. Anything I could do to create… I even sculpted tin cans.

I followed my heart into the arts that I considered “money making” and went to school for graphic design. I spent my career working in graphic design in Seattle, the Bay Area; San Francisco, East, South and North Bay for 15 years. Then moved to the Sierra Nevada foothills, and now back in the Pacific Northwest. I am proud to join the ranks of Pacific Northwest artists. 

These past years I have taken up painting, a practice I hadn’t done since college. Once I got going, I wanted more. I had so much to learn and do.  

I have been influenced by so many artists. I find myself drawn to the works of California artist Richard Diebenkorn, and the colors of Northwest Artist William Cummings (who was also my professor at Seattle Art Institute) among others. I am forever grateful to and inspired by Youtube. It answers so many painting questions!

I am also the current web designer / web-master for NOPG.

I attended:
Western Washington University
Seattle Art Institute

Follow me on instagram: wendydavispaintings


Ocean Beach Highway

10×24″, oil on canvas. 2018

British Patchwork

24×36″, oil on canvas 2021.

Strawberry Fields

18×18″, oil on canvas, 2021.

SE Portland Overpass

12×24″, oil on canvas, 2019.

Carl and Hillway

16×20″, oil on canvas, 2019.

OMSI Stroll

18×24″ oil on Canvas, 2018.

SE Portland One

12×16″, oil on canvas, 2018.

SE Portland Two

18 x 24″ oil on canvas, 2018.

SE Second Street, Portland.

12×16′, oil on canvas, 2020.

The Azteca Theatre

5×7′, oil on masonite, 2020.

Abstract Highways

24×36″, oil on canvas, 2019.

Aerial Patchwork

24×36″, oil on canvas, 2019.

Mirror River

24×30″, oil on canvas, 2019.

Beach Abstract

5×7″, oil on masonite, 2018.


16×20″, oil on canvas, 2018.

Purple Haze

6×6″ oil on board, 2018.


12×14″, oil on canvas, 2018.

Mannon & Co.

16×20″, oil on canvas, 2018.

87th Avenue

16×30″, oil on canvas, 2018.


16×24″, oil on canvas, 2018.