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Kendall Inglese

She has worked in studios in Wakefield, Woburn and Concord's Musquetaquid Nature Center and now works out of her Lynnfield Lark Art Attic and up at Patton's Homestead in South Hamilton. A longtime advocate for arts and local history, Kendall has exhibited her own original works including painting on tile and canvas, photography and watercolor. She has taught 3D design to students afterschool and summer programs for many years, and is still active in Story & STEM arts programs at Stone Zoo, local libraries and fairs teaching mostly outdoors. She often finds inspiration for themes and designs from nature’s textures and enjoys sketching woodland and waterways in any season. Kendall is a director of and takes part of A Room to Write Kids' Literature Network, and enjoys programs at 1681 Hartshorne House.on Lake Q and 1785 Patton Homestead in Hamilton, MA. Each season she adds another nature story to her Learning Lark series for children. Visit for more.

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