Ken Kendall’s deep desire to live by his art took him around the world. For forty years his response to what he saw took form, initially in ceramic and terracotta then flourishing in bronze, with many sculptures cast by the artist himself.
From life-size works to cotton-reel people, Ken Kendall’s humour and fundamental understanding of the human condition transformed his materials, and eventually – after years struggling to make a living as a sculptor – brought him artistic recognition and an international following.
‘Polly Reading’ by Ken Kendall on display at Jonathan Grant Galleries. For more information on Ken Kendall’s sculptures please visit our website.