Wendy D. Irvine is a Canadian painter, illustrator and portraitist.
Her experience in different art forms has been wide and varied. Through contracts and commissions, she has provided many portraits and pieces of artwork for clients, and illustrations for the Federal Government of Canada, Government of the Northwest Territories, and Prince Edward Island.
Wendy's interest in social issues led to published political illustrations for fundraising literature and reports for such organizations as the National Anti-Poverty Organization (NAPO), the Ottawa Council for Low-Income Support Services (OCLISS) based in Ottawa and the Yellowknife Women's Society (YWS). She has also designed logos for some of these organizations.
Born and raised in Ottawa, Ontario, Wendy has lived in Winnipeg and St. Norbert, Manitoba; Yellowknife, NWT; Victoria, BC (member of the Island Illustrators Association); Calgary and Okotoks, Alberta (member of the Canadian Federation of Artists); Parrsboro, Nova Scotia (member of the Truro Art Society and Visual Arts Nova Scotia); Charlottetown, PEI; in a farmhouse in Québec; and for a time in Miami, Florida. She now resides in the picturesque town of Canmore in the Canadian Rockies with her husband, Steve and son, Mike.