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Kendall F. Kessler is an award-winning professional artist. Her work has been seen in over seventy national, international, and local shows and she has won many awards including awards from Dorothy Gillespie, May Stevens, Frank Webb and Daniel Greene. Her style is unique to her but has strong impressionistic and expressionistic components in an intensely layered surface. She primarily creates large low-level impasto oil paintings but also works in pastels. Her work is a celebration of life and she is especially fascinated by the interaction of color and light in the blue ridge mountains. Her paintings and prints are in private collections in 24 states, Washington D.C., Canada, Russia, England, Australia, and Germany. and she has been in two group shows on Broadway. Her complete biography can be found in the original Marquis’s Who’s Who of America, Who’s Who of American Women, and Who’s Who in the World. In addition to her painting…

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  • Born on November 4
  • Joined June 2, 2009

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oil paint, pastel, oil pastel

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About

Kendall F. Kessler is an award-winning professional artist. Her work has been seen in over seventy national, international, and local shows and she has won many awards including awards from Dorothy Gillespie, May Stevens, Frank Webb and Daniel Greene. Her style is unique to her but has strong impressionistic and expressionistic components in an intensely layered surface. She primarily creates large low-level impasto oil paintings but also works in pastels. Her work is a celebration of life and she is especially fascinated by the interaction of color and light in the blue ridge mountains. Her paintings and prints are in private collections in 24 states, Washington D.C., Canada, Russia, England, Australia, and Germany. and she has been in two group shows on Broadway. Her complete biography can be found in the original Marquis’s Who’s Who of America, Who’s Who of American Women, and Who’s Who in the World. In addition to her painting career she taught at Radford University for twentyyears.

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