​Zoe Catherine Kendall is a London born, York based fine artist working across sculpture, painting and jewellery design. Originally inspired by an artistic upbringing and family; Zoe’s father dedicated his career to teaching art, photography and ceramics, her grandmother made jewellery, her grandfather led the ceramics and metalwork department at Camberwell College of Arts and her great grandfather, Bernard Leach, played a significant role in 20th century art, shaping British studio pottery for successive generations. 

“I have always been surrounded by creative influences and interpretations of the world.”

After graduating from a Jewellery Design BA at Central Saint Martins in 2007, Zoe launched a jewellery collection which was represented by several independent galleries and larger shops in around London including Kabiri, Selfridges, The Last Tuesday Society and Johnny Rocket, receiving national and international exposure and press recognition. Since then her practice has become increasingly diverse and multidisciplinary.

‘I find it limiting to be defined by one medium. I see each discipline interacting in a broad creative landscape, and that’s what is so exciting.’

zoe catherine kendal - Pretty Ghoulish, from Lucie Rie

Pretty Ghoulish, from Lucie Rie
Objects

£600

zoe catherine kendal - My Precarious Bowl, from Lucie Rie

My Precarious Bowl, from Lucie Rie
Objects

£600

zoe catherine kendal - Silhouette of a terracotta pot

Silhouette of a terracotta pot
Original

£600

zoe catherine kendal - Illustration of a textured pot

Illustration of a textured pot
Original

£600

zoe catherine kendal - Leaping Salmon, from Bernard Leach

Leaping Salmon, from Bernard Leach
Original

£600