About Kindrie Grove
Kindrie Grove is a Canadian artist, art educator and author. Her works express her reverence for animals, wild and domestic, as powerful and magnificent creatures. Formal training at the Alberta College of Art and Design has led to her successful career as a professional artist.
Studies of wildlife in natural habitats throughout North America and southern Africa have informed Kindrie’s extensive portfolio. 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 Lobby.
Kindrie is best known for her large, original oil paintings of wildlife and horses, and her distinctive hand cast bronze sculpture which has been showcased at the Calgary Stampede Western Artist Studios for the last 5 years.
She lives with her family in the Okanagan valley of British Columbia, Canada. Her main studio is located in Matheson Grove Fine Art Gallery at Martin Street Art and Music in Penticton, BC.
Kindrie is currently working on the new Legend Art Collection works of both sculpture and painting as well as the second volume of the Stone Guardians Books.
To see more of Kindrie's fine art works visit:
To see her Penticton Studio and Gallery visit: