About The Artist
Wendy Sollod

Wendy Sollod has been working with polymer clay since 1993. A self-taught artist, she continues to learn and grow along the way. The attention to detail and love of hands-on work are showcased in her ability to combine her delicate patterns of polymer clay into whimsical riots of color- masks, sculptures and wearable art that are each as vibrant and individual as the customers who collect them.

Married with a terrific husband and son, two dogs and a cat, Wendy has lived in Colorado since 1991.

The Mask Project 2000, Denver, CO - (A benefit for the Denver Hospice) 8 commissioned masks for American Express and Berger Funds… A few local press articles/mentions - Denver, CO; Ft. Collins, CO; Loveland, CO; Albuquerque, NM

Invitations to gallery shows:
Arvada Center, Lincoln Center (Ft. Collins), Commonwheel Artists Co-op (Manitou Springs)
Masks at The Mercury Cafe, October 2007
Reuse: Rethink Repurpose at Willow (Littleton and Boulder), April 2009
Primitive Tapestries at The Evergreen Gallery, April-May 2009, April 2009

National Press:
April 2000 - "The Crafts Report" - featured artist "Insight" section; and October 1999 - Cover - "Sunshine Artists"


Wendy Sollod   PO Box 1511, Estes Park CO 80517