Wendy has always drawn. At one and a half years old, she did her first mural with mixed reviews. After her mother scrubbed the wall, she made sure Wendy always had paper and a pencil and crayons, under supervision.
Her style is one of realism, with an occasional dose of impressionism. Acrylics have become her medium of choice because they are so versatile and quick to dry.
Lately, she has experimented with using acrylic in a watercolor style. Also, she loves the exacting challenge of pencil. A pencil piece on a linen weave board takes around a hundred and twenty hours to complete. The surface of the board adds another dimension in difficulty to achieve a smooth finish in skin tones, but the end result is amazing.