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Wendy Le Ber (Padmayogini)

I’ve been making art longer than I can remember.  Over 60 years art has been my passion; my language; my refuge in tough times;  my celebration in good times and my connection to everything around me. I passionately believe that art in all of its forms is a fundemental part of human experience. 

A brief history

I’m a working class woman originally from the Shropshire.  Nature and art kept me grounded through a sometimes diffilcult childhood and I eventually studied Art & Humanities through the then new Open University. Like most working class artists I’ve continued to work other jobs to support me and my art throughout my life. It took me a long time to be confident in calling myself an artist - only when I realised the connecting thread weaving my life together has always been my art was I able to see there is no other title that fits. Becasue I believe that everyone can make art I’ve taught art many times over my carer both paid and voluntary.  From at risk youth and community groups to City Lit courses.
I’ve shown work in group and solo shows. Over the last 27 years I’ve been a committed Buddhist practioner and I  was ordained in 2002 as Padmayogini.  This spiritual connection has also informed much of my art and is a re-ocurring theme. 
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ARTIST

Wendy Le Ber

(Padmayogini)

I’ve been making art longer than I can remember.  Over 60 years art has been my passion; my language; my refuge in tough times;  my celebration in good times and my connection to everything around me. I passionately believe that art in all of its forms is a fundemental part of human experience. 

A brief history

I’m a working class woman originally from the Shropshire.  Nature and art kept me grounded through a sometimes diffilcult childhood and I eventually studied Art & Humanities through the then new Open University. Like most working class artists I’ve continued to work other jobs to support me and my art throughout my life. It took me a long time to be confident in calling myself an artist - only when I realised the connecting thread weaving my life together has always been my art was I able to see there is no other title that fits. Becasue I believe that everyone can make art I’ve taught art many times over my carer both paid and voluntary.  From at risk youth and community groups to City Lit courses.
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I’ve shown work in group and solo shows. Over the last 27 years I’ve been a committed Buddhist practioner and I  was ordained in 2002 as Padmayogini.  This spiritual connection has also informed much of my art and is a re-ocurring theme.