Educated in Colorado and New Mexico, sculptor Gail Sundell favors Native American and family themes. Her preferred medium is alabaster, although she has also cast in bronze.
Since 1981, Gail has participated in numerous regional and national art shows, , earning the Janie O. Smith Memorial Award at the Northern Colorado Artist Association show in 1996 and Best Sculpture at the Western Regional Art Show in 1994 and 1997.
Gail Sundell was commissioned to create the life-size International Temple Peace Award which has been awarded to outstanding workers for world peace.
Besides teaching sculpting to elementary school students, she has also served as judge at the Colorado Indian market in Denver.