Wendy Gordon-Forsyth is a Caledonia Ontario artist who works in a variety of styles and media. She is a graduate of the Honours Fine Arts program at the University of Western Ontario, London. After attending Teachers College, she taught art in the secondary system in Hamilton Ontario for 32 years.

Today Wendy teaches art part-time and participates in many juried shows in the area, winning many first place and honourable mention awards. Recently she achieved signature status in Pastel Artists Canada. Wendy is also well known for her pet portraits. Wendy belongs to  the Pelham Art Association and Pastel Artists of Canada.

She has donated art for fundraising for the United Way, Cottonwood Manor, the Alzheimer Society, and for the  Canadian agility team's competition in international agility trials.

Her work focuses on the Ontario landscape, specifically scenes involving the many lakes,rivers and streams in the area around Hamilton Ontario. Her many landscapes have been exhibited at the Art Gallery of Hamilton, Carnegie Gallery in Dundas, the Grand River Gallery in Caledonia, the Joseph D. Carrier Gallery Toronto, innovation Park at McMaster University, Summerfest  in Fonthill, Art by the Lighthouse in Niagara on the Lake and the Pelham Arts Festival.

Her work is in private collections in Canada and the United States.