Windswept, wheel thrown porcelain, 14x13x10 in
That-a-way, wheel thrown porcelain, steel, 10x10.5x6 in
Coral Bells, hand built porcelain, 7x9x7 in
Just Between Friends, hand built porcelain, 8x18x12 in
To The Point, wheel thrown porcelain, 9x7.5x5 in
French Curls 2, wheel thrown porcelain, stoneware, 7x7.5x6.5 in
Morning Glory, porcelain with slip on panel
I Do, I Do, porcelain, steel, acrylic on panel
Button Box, stoneware, steel, acrylic on panel
Distance Between, stoneware, steel, and cable
French Curls 3, wheel thrown porcelain, steel, 8x8.5x3 in
Fifth Position, wheel thrown porcelain, 17x13.5x6 in
I Remember, porcelain, steel, acrylic on panel,
After a lifetime of wild living in Northern Virginia, Elizabeth Kendall recently moved to Maryland. Along with her two lively dogs and her lovely husband she is now enjoying a view of the Chesapeake Bay.
Her work, both functional and sculptural, has been exhibited in national and international venues and is in the permanent collection of the Yixing Ceramics Museum, Peoples Republic of China, the International Ceramic Center in Denmark, the Kamm Teapot Collection, and the Petroleum Club in Midland, TX. Additional commissions can be found in Boston, Columbus, Dallas, New Orleans, Philadelphia, among other locations.
In 2007 Elizabeth was selected as an Emerging Artist by the National Council on the Education of Ceramic Arts. In 2008 she received a Strauss Fellowship Grant from the Fairfax County Arts Council of Northern Virginia.
From 2010 to 2015 Elizabeth served as President for Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts in Newcastle, ME. Currently Elizabeth is an Artist-In-Residence at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts in Annapolis, MD>
She has been a featured artist and contributing author for a variety of publications including: Ceramics Monthly, Pottery Making Illustrated, Clay Times, and Studio Potter. Her work has also been featured in Lark Publications 500 cups and 500 Pitchers.
In addition to teaching at the wheel, Elizabeth conducts hands-on and demonstration workshops, focusing on porcelain, paper clay and monoprinting techniques.