Financial Times, March 2009
Wendy Bevan‘s work is a flurry of unassuming whimsy, soft palettes and delicate allure with somewhat brooding undertones. Spirited depictions of fantastical characters captured as figures lost in memory and time, haunting, provoking. I could stare at her work forever and find new delight in every story, form, hue. With a resume spanning the likes of Lula, Pop, Nylon and Russian Vogue, her ethereal perspectives are serene yet startling assertions of beauty. All kinds of love.