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Wendy lives in Tadworth and when not working in a local primary school, supporting children with additional needs, she spends as much time as possible in her spare room ‘Studio’. 


In spite of having no formal art training, Wendy has always been creative with interests such as needlework, sewing, baking, gardening and crochet, to mention a few. As such, it wasn’t at all surprising that like so many over lockdown, she began to paint and discovered a love of watercolour by following tutorials on YouTube. Since then, she has enrolled in numerous art classes, both online and in person and has been able to investigate and enjoy a variety of techniques and art media including acrylics, pastels and printmaking. She currently has a print in an exhibition held by The Open Press Project showing in Amsterdam as part of an international tour.


Wendy loves the mindfulness of the art making process and gets inspiration for her work from many sources, including taking in the beautiful scenery of the local area whilst walking her German Shepherd, Otto, views of the Jurassic Coastline when visiting family and her lifelong love of the flora and fauna of the UK. 


Much of her current work is developed using a process of intuitive realism resulting in mixed media, semi-abstract, still life and figurative pieces.

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