Wendy grew up and went to Art School in London. She was an illustrator for many years, working for national newspapers, magazines, advertising and publishing.
Her usual medium is gouache, and her subject is landscape, often boundaries, edges and fences, seeking the spirit of a place rather than a topographical rendering. She likes painting buildings, fences, gardens, parks, beaches, cliffs - and always keeps her eyes wide open for new subjects, carrying a sketchbook wherever she goes.
Wendy also finds that still life is a constant joy, allowing contemplation of ideas concerning composition, colour and scale.