ATLANTA, GA.- Matt Kendall
spent the last 10 years quietly working with a broad range of high end clients before deciding to open a new gallery space in Miami Circle. Now open to the public, Kendall offers a walk through history with important names such as Mary Cassatt and Pierre Auguste Renoir. Works of this caliber are generally difficult to find and acquire, however Kendall offers these and many other late 19th century works at realistic prices that most die-hard collectors can readily afford.
Recently, Kendall has opted to expand his collection into more modern offerings as well, but these works posses a similar pedigree to his gallery's impressionist content. Original gouache paintings from Alexander Calder stand alongside the lesser known but no less impressive Sumi ink renderings and abstracted collage work of Matsumi Kanemitsu, a contemporary and friend to the famed Jackson Pollock.
For those who bear more contemporary tastes, the gallery currently plays host to two strikingly different modern artists. First, the abstracted landscape paintings of Marc-Antoine Goulard whose muted colors and harsh textures convey entrancing fields of color, which are then followed by the classically trained Stevin J. Levin's borderline surreal interpretations of everyday items and spaces. Both artists contend with the disparity between simplicity and complexity of the painted surface, but each poses a distinct vision.
Kendall Fine Arts boasts an 1,800 square foot space with a broad range of work dating from the late 19th century forward with an emphasis on both European and American artists.
Located at 690 Miami Circle Suite 125 in Atlanta, Georgia, the gallery's hours fall on Tuesday through Saturday from 10am to 5pm. Please call Matt Kendall at (404) 538-9035 for more information. He can also be reached at the email address: email@example.com