Kindrie Grove is an Alberta-born artist and author with extensive experience as an art educator. Formally trained at the Alberta College of Art and Design, Grove’s studies of wildlife in their natural habitats informed her extensive portfolio. Her works express a deep reverence and respect for her subjects and encompasses animals, both wild and domestic.
Her distinctive hand cast sculptures are a mixture of impressionism with a realistic approach, conveying the spirits and personalities of animals and wildlife. Grove’s sculptures are created using polymer clay, then cast in bronze using the lost wax method.
Kindrie’s work is featured in galleries in Canada, the U.S., and France as well as numerous international private and corporate collections including the Toronto Congress Centre’s Kindrie Grove Lobby.
“I go where inspiration takes me, striving to release the need to control outcomes. My job as an artist is to step back and leave space for the character and personality of my subjects to inhabit the work.”
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