An honor...in retrospect; PFAA showcases works of Wanda Zolman
Wanda Zolman's garage – aka studio – is packed with painted canvases lined up like classic books on a library shelf.
Her hundreds of paintings are spread with big, broad splashes of color, vigorous and energetic, like Wanda herself.
At 86, Wanda never holds still, partly because of the uncontrollable tremors of Parkinson's disease, which she's been plagued with since at least 1992, but also because that's just who she is.
Wanda feels there is no time to waste. Make hay while the sun shines.