Moore on PCDaily
Moore at PCDaily

Wendy Moore’s triptych is made from an discarded dart board upcycled with papier mache and polymer. It’s entitled Chautara which means resting place in Nepali. “This is a resting place for me; a place to reflect, meditate and reground,” says Wendy. See more of Wendy’s works on Flickr.

Moore on PCDaily

The shrine is part of her month-long show at the Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery in Australia. Her works highlight the contrasts of living in the Outback and her frequent travels to Nepal where Wendy teaches women to create jewellery and objects to sell, enabling them to escape lives of poverty, trafficking and abuse.

Donations from the polymer community have helped the Samunnat project begin construction on a permanent home. Here’s their Etsy shop and their U.S. outlet on Kazuri West.

This week’s shrines show what potent places triptychs can be. Are you beginning to plan yours?

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  • reply Carla Funderburk ,

    Beautiful, keep up the good work!

    • reply Sabine Spiesser ,

      Wow, a home for the delightful Nepali ladies. Such rich colours and so much detail! A very happy rural scene.

      • reply PiperPixieDesigns ,

        Really interesting work! Love the combination of the two mediums, they seem to weave into one another effortlessly! Beautiful work!

        • reply Marlene Brady ,

          Wendy, way to go! Gorgeous!

          • reply Debbie Crothers ,

            Wendy is such an inspiration – what an amazing woman. I love this new piece. Good luck with the exhibition Wendy.

            • reply Wendy Moore ,

              Oh, thank you for all those lovely comments. It had to be a riot of colour to celebrate Nepal! I had a feeling in my waters you were doing to write about Eurosynergy and MALTA today Cynthia so that says a lot about the accuracy of MY watery feelings!! If you gorgeous polymer people want to see just what your money is doing, have a look at the progress piccies here: http://acolourfuljourney.com/2013/09/03/waiting-wellness-and-walls/
              Am I allowed to do that?
              Thank you again Cynthia. For everything! Wendy

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