Wendy Costa designed and created a retail store in
Long Island, NY. The store was named after one of her paintings;
"A Salad of Shoes" and featured 30' hand painted murals and over 80 hand painted shoe boxes that showcased each shoe.
The store was featured in the New York Times
Posters available from
Wendy's kitchen: features her ceramic tile murals, hand painted walls and a custom tin bar
Wendy created Art
for Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream
Factory Tours Gift Line.
a full 'deck' of greeting cards for the
award winning company Meri Meri.
Awonderful vegetarian Cafe in NJ used Wendy's Art on their menu and grouted her tiles into their walls!
17 North Broad St.
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Wendy is awarded
Best For Fun Artist
of the Hudson Valley by Hudson Valley Magazine!
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has been painting and designing for over 24 years. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, Hudson Valley Magazine, Giftware News, Studios magazine and more.
Purchases include: Neiman Marcus, Selfridges of London, Ben & Jerry's retail, DSW,
The Smithsonian, The Hudson Group, The National Museum of Women in the Arts, The New York Historical Society, along with licenses by Meri Meri greeting cards, Maggie and Co. needlepoint, Bentley publishing posters, and numerous galleries and retail stores worldwide.
She is currently working on a picture book for Harper Collins.
Wendy and Rod created shoes and windows for Stuart Weitzman Shoe stores in New York City, Dallas, and Boston
Wendy's church home and Studio are featured in Studios Magazine
Leite's Culinaria features Wendy's ceramics on their James Beard award winning site.
"Where Women Create" features Wendy's
hand painted screens on their site
The Award winning website Daily Grommet features Wendy's new line of socks