Kindrie Grove

Kindrie Grove is a Penticton artist, art educator, and author. Her often large-scale paintings and bronze sculptures express her reverence and love for animals, both wild and domestic.

Formal training at the Alberta College of Art + Design has led to her successful career as a professional artist. Kindrie’s studio is a gallery where her work can be viewed and is also a classroom where she teaches a variety of workshops and courses. Her work is currently featured in galleries across Canada and in numerous international private and corporate collections, including the Toronto Congress Centre’s “Kindrie Grove Wing.” She lives with her husband, Michael, and young son, Kellen, in the wild hills of the Okanagan Valley, British Columbia.

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