For interior architecture Wenner combines paint and sculpted relief in a multi-
dimensional approach, allowing rooms to be transformed into works of art. Many years
of study in Italy have given him a special regard for the decorative arts; considered the
highest form of artistic expression during the Renaissance. Wenner sees the decorative
arts as a statement of optimism and exuberance, celebrating the richness and complexity
of the physical world, infused by the human spirit.
Although Wenner began by creating coffers, moldings, and architectural details to accompany his paintings and murals, he soon found great enjoyment in designing them for their own sake. Eventually these elements became an integral part of his architectural design.
Wenner pushes the limits of forms and materials using faux painting to blur the distinction between that which is flat and three-dimensional. He uses many new materials in original and inventive ways to create spaces that are simultaneously traditional and unconventional. His goal is to create interiors that encompass the viewers and invite them to live within the painting.