Wendy Bowman (b. 1987) is an American artist who lives and works in New York City and San Antonio, TX.
Bowman’s photographs confront the layers of perception through a synthesis of the natural and artificial. The subjects in her photographs are often isolated—their essences both accented and undercut by their context. Her urban landscapes appear as if they are fabricated movie sets saturated in hard light, while her human subjects are often caught at night illuminated only by the synthetic light of the city. The fragmented composition and vivid color in her photographs evoke intrigue with everyday artifacts and people that would otherwise be overlooked as ordinary.
For the past decade, Bowman has been traveling extensively working both independently and for an internationally acclaimed artist as a photographer, videographer, painter, and film producer.