Wendy Zamorano was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. She is the eldest of four children and daughter to Mexican immigrants. She attended Dr. Susan S. Mckinney Secondary school of the Arts. During her senior year, Wendy became the High School Vice President and helps be the voice for the unrepresented. She is also a part of committes in her School. As a tenth grader, Wendy received a scholarship to attend pre-college classes for three years through the Parsons Scholars Program. She has presented her works in her high school, and end of semester open galleries at Parsons the School of Design.

 Wendy gathers inspiration by great artists such as Frida Kahlo, Keith Haring, and Jean-Michel Basquiat. The majority of her artworks use acrylic, oil plastels and demonstrate themes of Beauty and use eyes as motifs. She likes to choose personal topics about her perspective on thing and what she may be going through. Wendy is currently focused in the fine arts, she is determined to advance her education in receiving her Bachelors of Fine Arts and Masters in Art Education. Wendy will be attending Parsons School of Art and Design.


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