The Art of Phil Kendall.

Making art & world travel are my greatest passions. My exploration of the world started in 1992 and I have been very fortunate in being able to travel to five continents to date. I have visited places that, as a young child, I found and read about in ancient dog-eared tomes and they were full of rich prose, numerous elegant line drawings and just a few tiny sepia-toned photographic images.

In the 1950's those books were so inspirational. I had the dream to travel to and see some of those places one day. Today my books are modern but somehow less inspirational. My journeys to any destination are recorded as photographs of just about everything I find and my art is based on those journeys. 

My art is patiently hand crafted on canvas using acrylic paints and acrylic inks. The art critics have described my art as having a unique brand or style. In their words, it's art cut down to its beautiful essence. It's about colour, shapes, lines & light. This page can only give you a brief introduction to me and my art. 

Please explore further into my website for more art click any red link for general content and for the PK Blogs click any blue link to return to this page its a green link.

To contact me please click on the email symbol. it's on every page. Your feedback is really appreciated. You confidentially & privacy is assured at all times.

From The Buildings Collection: 40 x 50 cm. A Caribbean cruise in 2010. A back-street kiosk, St. John's, Antigua.

The world has impressive must-see tourist attractions. They attract vast crowds of people who flock to the photographic hot-spots. Then they get their cameras out and slowly figure out just how to use them. Other people make intensely slow panoramic videos of what is, after all, a static object! Then there is the posing of their friends to be done and so on. The alternative is an expensive copyright protected postcard or two.

Tourist attractions have been painted by a plethora of artists' since the beginning of time and their paintings can still be seen in any museum. I have no desire to add to this pool of sameness.

Away from that hectic world there are other sites simply crumbling away and tomorrow they will be gone. Here there are no people in the way just fences and vegetation concealing tantalizing glimpses of the past. This is just the starting point for my original art. 


From The Miscellaneous Collection: 20 x 60 cm. A beach holiday Antigua 2011. It just had to be painted the light, the colour, the pattern. 

The Collection pages: Buildings, Doors, Abstracts & Miscellaneous represent a themed retrospective exhibition of my art. My paintings are arranged in rows across the page. The most recent painting is located top left and the oldest painting would be found a the bottom & to the right. 

Each painting has a story behind it and many of those stories can be found here on my website in my blogs.

The New Art page: showcases my latest signed & catalogued work of art. Clicking on it will also reveal any current work of art still evolving on the easel. New Art


From The Miscellaneous Collection: 50 x 40 cm Greek Island Syros Sunset 2013. 

The About Phil Kendall page: explains why I use only the world's finest professional acrylic paints and acrylic inks, why my art is based on my personal photographic library and why I now paint in my art studio only. About PK

The News page: gives the occasional personal update or highlights any pending or recent changes to this website. News

Phil Kendall Blogs: is where I write at length about my art and the world of art. It's about my art materials & my tools. It's about my painting technique. Here you will also find the inspirations & the stories behind many of my paintings. You are invited to add your comments here also. Blog.


From The Abstract Collection: 50 x 40 cm the abstract version of the Syros sunset.

Copyright & Piracy: this is a gentle reminder of what can or cannot be done with my art and the content of my website. Copyright



From The Door Collection: 37 x 24 cm A Greek door in a distant abandoned mainland  mountain village.

In 2008 The Art Studio of Meltemi became my artistic base. It had a website that introduced me and my art to the world. It was a success attracting many visitors and my art sold worldwide until 2013.

By 2013 the hassle of running that commercial art studio had become too much. It was time to retire, to relax, and enjoy a simpler life. Today I've had the great pleasure of sharing my art with you. And thank you for your visit. Email

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