Kerry Anne Kazokas Kendall was born in Acton, Massachusetts. The artist has been involved in many aspects of art; painting, sculpture, photography, film, writing, and theatre. Kerry began her studies in film and theatre arts, and then transitioned to fine arts at Massachusetts College of Art in Boston, where she developed her painting and photography skills. In 1999, Kerry opened and operated the Freedom Art Gallery in Northfield, MA. Over the two years of it’s operation, Kerry organized several successful exhibitions. She returned to school to complete her degree in Fine Arts at the University of New Mexico. While at UNM, the artist concentrated on alternative processes to compliment her painting and sculpture techniques. After graduating in 2002, Kerry moved home to New England to manage the Green Trees Gallery.
|Kerry began script writing and directing for a Summer Youth Theatre Program in 2000 – 2003. In 2003, she wrote a screenplay, “Free To Fly”, which, was selected for production by Northern Lights Productions. The artist co-directed and co-produced the film. In 2006, Kerry was hired as an artist in residence at Eaglebrook School, where she taught fine and performing arts for 6 years. Currently, the artist lives in Simsbury, Connecticut with her husband, Paul Kendall and daughter, Avalon.
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