Monthly:February 2015

American Art Collector Previews Exhibition

Show Preview | Gardner Colby Gallery Naples, FL | March 4-18, 2015 One of my paintings “Coastal Light”, published in American Art Collector. There is a great write up and preview of the show in the March edition.   Claire J Kendrick Coastal Light, oil encaustic, 30×40 Ken Otsuka, Infinite Play, oil on linen, 28×40 Doug Foltz, You only Feel the First One, Oil, 48×48 James Lewis, Evening Song, Oil, 28×36   Water Works Exhibition of seascapes by four artists […]

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Seascape Exhibition | Gardner Colby Gallery, FL

March 4 – March 16, 2015 “Water Works” A group show with a coastal theme. Featuring the work of Claire Kendrick, Doug Foltz, James Lewis and Ken Otsuka “Living on the east coast of the United States I look out on the Atlantic Ocean and I’m challenged as an artist to capture its vastness. The high seas and big storm fronts remind me of my native home, Ireland, the North West Outpost of Europe. Those memories combined with the ferociousness […]

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Figure Exhibition | Cultural Center Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

March 6th – April 17th, 2015 “Figuratively Speaking” The Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach will open a unique exhibition featuring artist Claire Kendrick, March 6 – April 17th. “Figuratively Speaking” is a series of oil paintings and sketches which studies the human figure. Each year the curatorial committee select artists to exhibit and as study of the nude figure has long been at the heart of traditional education in the arts, it is an important exhibition and shows a […]

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Artist Video Profile | Filmed in Ireland Jan 2015

Claire Jane Kendrick | Video Profile Filmed in Ireland Jan 2015 I am so inspired when returning to my homeland, this short video was filmed in January 2015 when I was visiting friends and family in Co. Donegal, Ireland. It is a stunning area with a rugged coast lots of sandy coves and a maritime climate. This video gives you an insight! As an artist it’s a joy to watch the weather fronts roll in and the light break through […]

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