Born in the south of Britain in 1954 Wendy Earle has been making sculpture all her life.

Wendy moved to Ceredigion in 1983 where she now lives with her husband, Maurice Keens-Soper. Together they look after thirty acres of woodland, streams and meadows.

Her recent sculptures are made in and for the valley and seek to attract wildlife in the form of bat boxes, insect towers, bird roosts and perches.

Wendy Earle's sculpture displays a physical presence, a sense of touch and a hand-made quality that comes from living close to the land.


Glyn Vivian Museum and Art Gallery, Swansea 1994
Vale of Glamorgan Festival 1999
Model House, Llantrisant 2006
Sculpture in the Cwm 1999, 2006, 2014
Frequent exhibitor with The Welsh Group


Hounslow Civic Centre
Women's Art Collection, New Hall, University of Cambridge
CADW Kidwelly Castle


Greater London Arts Association Award 1979
Crafts Council Award 1983
Visual Arts Project Fund, Arts Council of Wales 1996
Creative Wales Award 2004


Council member of Cwaith Cymru/Artwork Wales 1992-1997
Member of The Royal British Society of Sculptors
Elected Member of 'The Welsh Group' 2007