With a long list of sell out exhibitions and a
unique style that has become highly collectable, Kendall has made
her mark on the contemporary art scene in a big way!
Based on Queensland's Sunshine Coast, she brings a breath of fresh
air to an art scene that has become predictable and formulated.
She is a progressive, aggressive artist that has established herself
on the global art scene in a blaze of colour and character!
It's not just great art, it's a celebration of "All things
Australian".In Kendall's paintings you could find Queensland
beach sand, native Australian grasses and rolled gold. Flowers,
people, fish, cityscapes, country scenes and beach life are just
a few images drawn from Kendall's imagination that depict Aussie
life.This creates an eternal bond between the art, the artist,
the subject and the viewer.
Kendall's art is represented in public and private collections
world wide. She has represented Australia in key
Asian markets. Kendall was invited to paint live on location for
an Australian showcase in India called "The Downunder Feast" travelling
to New Deli, Bangalore and Mumbai with live painting performances
in these cities. This followed her sell-out exhibition in Singapore
in March 2005 where she was Artist in residence in the "Best
of Australia" showcase at Raffles City. Prior to this in January
2005 Kendall was Australia's official Artist in Residence at "The
Australia Day" showcase in Seoul , South Korea. Kendall was
also given the official title of "Australia's Goodwill Ambassador" to
Seoul, an honour bestowed on her by the Australian High Commission
Always changing and evolving you never know what her next new exciting
new series will be, Kendall has always regarded herself as "An
Innovator not an Imitator" always throwing caution to the
wind as she creates each next body of work.
Kendall believes her work needs no deciphering "People buy
my paintings because they have a feel good factor , they make them
feel happy and alive!!"
Kendall exhibits in Sorrento and Flinders Fine Art Galleries on
the Mornington Peninsula.