Wendy Anne Crittenden is a San Francisco artist who received her Master of Fine Art at San Francisco State University in 2009.  Wendy’s current attention is focused in drawing, but she still finds time to shoot her camera.  In 2002 she received her BFA in photography at Sonoma State University located in Northern California.  

Wendy’s work has been exhibited around the Bay Area as well as in Southern California. Exhibitions of note include the current exhibition at the Labor Archives & Research Center titled Dual Views: Labor Landmarks of San Francisco; a solo show titled Out-of-Sorts of her photography at San Francisco’s In Color II; her participation in the collaboration Syndicate for Yerba Buena’s Bay Area Now 5 triennial event, involving a walking tour and gallery installation with video and photographs of the historic union involvement of the visual and performing art spaces of San Francisco; and her drawings in a group exhibition titled Crossing the Line: New Perspectives in Drawing at Santa Rosa Junior College’s Art Gallery.  She is currently working on a commission illustrating a children’s book.

photo credit: Jeremiah Flynn