ELECTED IN 2010
in Llandudno, Wendy grew up in North Wales. She now lives on Anglesey
where she has been practising sculpture since 2008 after graduating
from Loughborough School of Art.
Accepted into the Royal Society of Sculptors in 2010, Wendy has exhibited widely both in the UK and internationally and has work placed with several notable collectors including Charles Saatchi, Beth de Woody and Omer Koc.
Working in wax, clay, vinyl and mixed media, her surreal portraits are often autobiographical.
“My practice addresses the exploration of my relationship with the past and embraces my interest in the uncanny. Dolls, old photographs and clockwork toys have always appealed to me as an inspiration and vehicle for my portraits.”
Brain Sewell has described her as a ‘craftsman’ and Richard Dorment wrote ‘her sculptures look as if they were made by Louise Bourgeois in a bad mood.’
Wendy is represented by Charlie Smith London.