Wendy Yeo was born in 1937 in Hong Kong, where she studied Chinese painting techniques. At the age of seventeen she moved to England to further her art studies at the Slade School of Fine Art, University of London. She graduated with many prizes and completed an additional postgraduate year. She has exhibited widely in solo exhibitions in Europe, USA and Hong Kong.
She is known as a semi-abstract painter whose work is inspired by landscapes, townscapes and organic forms in nature, who combines the individuality of Western art values with her own interpretation of traditional Chinese brushwork and atmosphere. She has traveled throughout Europe, Asia, North Africa and North America to seek inspiration and has captured on canvas and paper the essence and uniqueness of diverse regions.
Her mixed media work is an abstract composition created by using various materials. In the middle of the composition we can see form like oval created by colorful brush strokes. Black colour dominate but also was used pink, brown and orange. The background is white but covered with pieces of beige twines. The rectangular composition is arranged vertically.
Signed lower left "W. Yeo" by black paint and stamped by artist. Framed in a wooden painted black frame with white passe-partout and glazed. Titled on the reverse "The Harbour" but the title is "Full Moon" like her other work with similar form.