Botanical paintings using Palette Knife Using a palette knife here are a few mini’s – inspired by all the beautiful floral arrangements that arrived from friends congratulating my husband and I, on the arrival of our beautiful daughter Annika Lauren Kendrick, born Oct 1st, 2014. Thank you so much for all the wonderful cards and messages….. we are full of gratitude. Artist Notes With the mini paintings its easy to play with scale and placement…try a few oil sketches
Opening your studio can be a fun way to share new work with collectors and friends. This is a unique opportunity for people to get an inside look at the nuts and bolts of life in the studio. During my pregnancy its been hard to stay away from painting – but this was a great event to plan. Its worth giving yourself a few weeks to organized inventory and display. Design and print invitations and gather a collector list! Its
Thanks to Fairfax Gallery for framing so beautifully this painting from my Botanical Series. Thanks also to the Interior design team for sharing this photograph of my painting installed in its new home. – Stunning! Calm | Oil Encaustic | 36″ x 36″ | by Claire Jane Kendrick To view more original oil paintings by CJK visit Fairfax Gallery, In Historic Riverside 4216 Herschel St. Jacksonville, FL 32210 Ph. 904-384-7724 http://www.fairfaxgalleryjacksonville.com/artists-kendrick.html
48″ x 24″ | Oil | CJK I was inspired to paint this beautiful arrangement, from Anita’s Garden Shop and Design located in Avondale, Jacksonville. I am full of good intentions of planting many more floral arrangements in tubs and pots for the patio this spring. Love the mix of foliage …. inspiring ideas!!!
40″ x 30″ | Oil Encaustic | CJK At Easter time all the stores are full of Lilium Longiflorum! ( Easter Lilies) After Easter, don’t throw your plant away – replant the bulbs in the garden and they will bloom again next year. Just call me — Green Fingers! LOL