The Art of Wendy D. Bateman

Mr. Stolyarov's Gallery of Rational Art
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Self-Portrait by Wendy D. Bateman

Self-Portrait by Wendy D. Bateman, 2005. 

Miss Wendy D. Bateman is an accomplished writer, thinker, artist, and graphic designer, who brings her immense talent and capacity for innovation to The Rational Argumentator and the wider movement for the advancement of Reason, Rights, and Progress. Miss Bateman uses computer technology masterfully to produce precise, realistic, life-affirming art. She has also contributed multiple essays to TRA and designed many of the magazine's newer logos, including its banner and the New Renaissance top hat.  

Paintings by Miss Bateman on TRA:

Mr. Cloud

Bliss

Eventide

Portrait of Catelyn Stark

Le Vizir

Self-Portrait

The Master: Portrait of G. Stolyarov II

Prometheus' Fire

David

Hamadryad

A Challenge

Beautiful Inhibition

Flying

Farrah

Chrysanthe

And Then It Came to Her

Water-Logged

See more of Miss Bateman's art at http://karooble.deviantart.com/.


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