Kendra Parrish Burton finds joy in creating art and music compositions that inspire. The eldest of 5 sisters, Kendra sang with her siblings while playing the guitar. The quintet won top honors on the TV program "Talent Showcase." The sisters performed on the Ted Mack Show and produced a record album with several original songs. They also performed in Europe and at the World’s Fair in Spokane, WA. Kendra received her education at BYU and ISU and was an architectural draftsman for 7 years. Her experience includes studying works of art in Europe, New York, and Washington D.C., working with Master Artists, teaching art on television, in classes, and at seminars. Her art has been displayed in museums, galleries, broadcasts, greeting cards, books and song covers. Kendra’s paintings won “People’s Choice Awards” at the Inspirational Art Association Show and the Parliament of the World’s Religions. Her musical composition “The Homeland” was performed by the Wasatch Symphony, and she has painted 12 murals for LDS temples. One of Kendra’s twin daughters was born with hydrocephalus and died at the age of 9. This and other life experiences have had a major impact on Kendra’s art and music creations, which she describes as a public speaker. She and her husband Dave have 5 children and 14 grandchildren and have been married for 44 years.