Archive for January, 2016

New Gallery Representation – Art on Centre – Fernandina Beach, FL

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Sculpture Chad Awalt, Painting Beau Wild and Claire J Kendrick

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Painting by Philip Anthony, and Landscape Diptych by Claire J Kendrick, Sculpture by Chad Awalt

Art on Centre is representing my work in the historic town of Fernandina Beach, FL. The city of Fernandina Beach is found on the northern half of Amelia Island. Honored by the National Trust for its historic preservation and home to a 5–block historic district, Fernandina Beach is a lively town and will be representing work from my Seascape and Landscape Series.

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Gallery Art on Centre representing Claire J Kendrick

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Gallery Owners Phil & Debbie Lehman and Kara & Jim Lawrence at the grand opening celebration of Art on Centre.

We are pleased to announce the opening of Amelia Island’s newest fine arts and collectibles gallery, Art on Centre, located in historic downtown Fernandina Beach, Florida. Our gallery features works from living American artists using various mediums in a contemporary theme. Our mission is to create personal connections with artists and clients – bringing art to life in a welcoming and approachable environment.

www.artoncentre.com

503 Centre St, Fernandina Beach, Florida 32034

Hours
Tue-Thu: 11:00 am-6:00 pm
Fri-Sat: 11:00 am-7:00 pm
Sun: 12:00 pm-5:00 pm

For visitor information visit – www.ameliaisland.com

Claire J KendrickExhibition, InstallationJanuary 23, 20160 comments
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Staring at the Sea

Staring at the Sea | 24×24 | Oil Encaustic Painting | CJK

May this be a healthy and happy new year for you all. I started by clearing the decks of my studio and organizing…..the frenzy was followed by moments of contemplation – – Staring at the sea! Never underestimate the necessary time to unplug and go off grid and just be. Creativity needs time alone.

In this seascape painting I wanted to show color in every aspect of the spectrum, even those seemingly dull clouds have a subtle light shifts. A new product for me is the blue fluorescent pure pigment just seen in a small area of this painting. Raw pigment can be mixed with wax and here is is applied thick and heavy onto the panel board.

Claire J KendrickOil PaintingJanuary 19, 20160 comments
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Staring at the Sea

Seascape painting called “Staring at the Sea” | 24″x24″ | Oil Encaustic on Ampersand Panel |CJK

May this be a healthy and happy new year for you. I started by clearing the decks of my studio and organizing…..the frenzy was followed by moments of contemplation – Staring at the sea! Never underestimated the necessary time to unplug and go off grid and just be. Creativity needs time alone.

In this seascape painting I wanted to show color in every aspect of the spectrum, even those seemingly dull clouds have a subtle light shifts. A new product for me is the blue fluorescent pure pigment just seen in a small area of this painting. Raw pigment can be mixed with wax and here is is applied thick and heavy onto the panel board.

Claire J KendrickSeascape SeriesJanuary 19, 20160 comments
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