Wendy grew up in the south of England, where she spent many hours of her formative years exploring the shores of the Solent, thus furthering her early love of nature and wildlife.
Wendy is that rare combination of painter and sculptor, using various media to create highly detailed original artworks. Although a self-taught 2D artist, she was tutored in sculpture by the renowned sculptor Margot Dent, in her studio on a water buffalo farm.
She has exhibited at Christie's, London, as part of an international sale raising funds for the World Wildlife Fund. The Medici Society and Royale Publications have purchased her paintings. Wendy's sculpture 'Hares in Snow' was sold at Christie's, London, in their 'Sporting Art, Wildlife & Dogs' auction and 'Ghost Hunter' and 'Fox Trot' were also sold at Bonhams, Edinburgh, in their 'Sporting' auctions.
Wendy's work has been exhibited widely throughout the U.K., including galleries in Hampshire, London and York. Her work is in many private collections, both nationally and internationally. Wendy regularly shows at the Exhibition of Wildlife Art (EWA) in Liverpool. She was a founding committee member of the Marwell International Wildlife Art Society (MIWAS), with whom she exhibited regularly at their annual summer exhibition; Wendy has also exhibited at the Society of Women Artists, London. For the past three years, she has been a regular artist in residence at Nature in Art, Gloucester, demonstrating the art of sculpture.
She has developed a love of sculpting miniatures, enjoying the intricacy and challenge working small brings. Wendy's miniatures have been excepted regularly by the Royal Society of Miniature Artists, held in the Mall Galleries, London and the Miniature Society, Wells.
From sculpting birds in flight to capturing the beauty of movement in animals, Wendy's passion for recreating what she loves keeps her wanting to create more sculptures that will bring pleasure to her clients.