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Archibald finalist Peter Kendall explores the relationship between creativity and spirituality in a series of new abstract and figurative works.


As one of Australia’s leading portrait painters he has built a reputation for the strength of his portrayal of the individual



The Art Is The Garden exhibition

Peter shares how the reflections of West Australia's Bush land and Flora Heritage in art have developed over the past 200 years.

Peter Kendall runs events and functions with Boxed Green, who have an interesting collaboration with Peter, and a fascination with his art.  Free to participate, we invited anyone willing to sign up along on this journey as we celebrated a different perspective of our magnificent wildflowers in Peter's recent works.

Keep an eye out for any of Peter's Free functions in the future.

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A Quote from Peter

“When I create I grant life to the work, imbuing it with feeling. I endeavor to eliminate all that is irrelevant to the creative process. Creating in present time and allowing all aspects of self, mind, body, brushes, paint, canvas, to be a vehicle and conduit to the creative process….therefore all art could be called a self-portrait….however the viewer takes it to another level communicating with the work and adding their own considerations, opinions and postulates.”

Workshops

Peter attends schools and helps children discover how ideas for picture books emerge, they explore how books are brought to life through storyboards, working notes resulting in the published book.

His workshops are hilarious.  Peter guarantees that the kids and teachers alike, experience:

  • Imagination stimulated
  • Self-esteem rehabilitated
  • Visual literally skills strengthened
  • Love of books realised
  • Joy of creating understood

“At the end of the sessions, students and teachers are bubbling with enthusiasm!”

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Interested in having Peter attend a workshop at your school?

Then feel free to get in touch with Peter at his contact page.