WENDY ANDERSON

Wendy Anderson was born in Elgin, Scotland in 1961. She studied at Grays School of Art, Aberdeen (1979 – 1983), and obtained an MA from Birmingham Polytechnic (1983 – 1984).

Anderson’s work has been included in over 100 exhibitions in the UK and internationally and she has had seven solo shows including Eagle Gallery, London (2000) and Adam Gallery, London (1997). Recent group exhibitions include 400 Women Sugar City, Amsterdam; The London Open Group Cello Factory, London (2012); RCA Secrets 2010 Royal College of Art, London and Drawing 2009 Biennale The Drawing Room, London. In 2002 she was awarded a residency at the Field Institute, Hombroich Museum, Germany.

Anderson has authored many publications including exhibitions texts for the Royal Academy of Arts on Anish Kapoor, Jospeh Beuys and Sensation. Her paintings are held in a number of private and public collections including Arthur Anderson UK; British Land; The Economist
and Warwickshire Museum.

Eagle Gallery represented artist