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Kenna Barradell

Pender Island, British Columbia

Kenna Barradell is a multimedia artist whose creations paint vivid narratives reflecting the events and attitudes prevalent within communities and society—a form of social commentary inviting discussion about difficult social and political issues. While the majority of her works are large-scale acrylic paintings on linen, she also makes sizable sculptural pieces using metal, wood, clay, and fabric. She is inspired by artists like Miro, Kahlo, and Yamashiro, artists who ask us to reconsider our understanding of contemporary existence.

Currently, Kenna is deeply engrossed in two significant projects. The first is a series of paintings (42’X72”) honouring undervalued women artists throughout the ages, while the second is a multi-year substantial mixed-media (wood, fabric, paint, metal) installation, Art As Fashion.
Ideas about community and social life inspire me to paint. The painting comes together as I work on the canvas completely from my imagination, very much like an author who writes fiction develops characters as she writes.

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Desert Stories
Desert Stories
24x36in, C$1,200
Acrylic on Linen
The Joy of Memories
The Joy of Memories
36x48in, C$2,500
Acrylic on Canvas
Girl On the Run
Girl On the Run
40x61in, C$3,500
Acrylic on canvas
All Poets Are Naked
All Poets Are Naked
30x48in, C$2,200
Acrylic on Canvas
Changing Perspectives
Changing Perspectives
36x48in, Sold
Acrylic on canvas/linen