Sally Kendall graduated in 1992 with a BA (hons) in Art and Related Arts then gained a PGCE in Art and Design. During this time she was selected to feature in a BBC documentary showing the relationship between student and mentor. She has extensive teaching experience in Art, Technology, Drama and Special Educational Needs at Primary and Secondary schools, Pupil Referral Units and in local communities.
After leaving full time teaching she set up Sally Kendall Mosaics in 2000. She has since combined freelancing as an artist with part time teaching. Her lively and enthusiastic personality and excellent organisational skills have enabled her to manage numerous very successful creative projects in schools and communities. This has led her to receive an outstanding report from Ofsted and an award for her extensive collaboration with South Camden Community School/Regent High.
Being flexible has allowed her to work with people of all ages and cultures. She creates workshops to cater for a wide range of abilities, differentiating tasks that actively motivate the participants which ensure that they achieve their full potential. Sally has collaborated with many art organisations including; Art4space, Creative Arts Company, Rise Phoenix and Cloth of Gold.
Combining her wealth of experience and variety of skills has generated a network of new and loyal clients. Previously commissioned by Interior Designers, Local councils and private clients, highlights include; assistant to Gary Drostle on his award winning River of Life mosaic in Iowa, 2 month long recycled mosaic projects in Tanzania with Rise Phoenix and The Jane Goodall Institute, developing art initiatives for the award winning Channel 4 Indian Summer project.
Sally’s work has featured in a many publications and her work her projects often feature in local newspapers. She is a professional member of BAMM (British Association of Modern Mosaics), has regular CRB checks and has Personal Liability Insurance.
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