Each visit to Cape Cod has deepened my appreciation for its natural beauty and artistic heritage. My paintings reflect the inspiration I draw from the landscape, evoking the sense of tranquility and harmony found in this coastal haven.
In the realm of art, there’s value in exploring the shadows as well as the light. It’s where the complexities of human existence are laid bare, waiting to be explored and understood. As artists, we have a responsibility to delve into these depths, to challenge ourselves and our viewers to confront the uncomfortable truths that lie within.
Step into a world of refined beauty as we explore the captivating artworks of Claire Kendrick, a renowned artist whose brushstrokes weave tales of coastal splendor. With a notable presence in high-end galleries across Florida and the scenic landscapes of Cape Cod, Kendrick’s art resonates with collectors seeking a touch of sophistication. Distant @treesplacegallery Orleans, MA Discovering Coastal Elegance: Claire Kendrick’s mastery unfolds in her ability to capture the essence of coastal life. From the turquoise hues of the ocean
Sometimes great pairs just find each other…..sometimes they happen with the evolution of a theme. Solutions for hallways, entry and narrow walls and small spaces. Transform your space with two or four complimenting paintings. Stick to a theme Instant interest and a great way of displaying small works. Call me for more ideas – these are especially popular for gifts, weddings, graduations, or just for the heck of collecting art. 🙂 Claire
Living in Saint Augustine, FL, Claire J Kendrick has firmly established herself as a working artist. Claire became an American Citizen in 2022, having been here for 18 years, Claire grew up in Northern Ireland and is proud of her British & Irish roots. Claire has had a connection with Cape Cod since 2012 when she visited for the first time. This easterly outcrop of the United States, Cape Cod with its dramatic sea and changing skies touched an emotional
A stunning collection of new seascape paintings at Gardner Colby Gallery Naples by Claire Jane Kendrick Original Oil Painting 48×60 “Heat of Summer” Available Attracting a local and international following, Claire is dedicated to pursuing her painting career, and has studied with Contemporary American Painters, notably Cynthia Packard and Anne Packard. “All the senses seem to be wide open in Claire’s paintings…………she is a talented and committed painter and clearly has her own voice…..a painter’s painter. I would place my
How do I forget each year how hot it gets in Florida…..! I mean every year, its a surprise! One would think that after 16 years of living in the USA that I would by now have found a retreat in the Northern Sates to “Summer”. I am still working on this pipe dream and anyone with a little cottage by the sea who can help ….do get in touch. Alas my creative brain thinks of this every year and
Fort Mose Historic State Park. New Painting – “Walk to Freedom” | 36×48 | Oil on Canvas | CJK Fort Mose, St Augustine is part of the Civil Rights Trail, this site has major significance from that period. Added to that is the fact, this county is part of a National Heritage Area : Gullah/ Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor that extends from Willington, NC to North Florida. #staugustine #culturalheritage #fortmose #fl.stateparks #visitstaugustine #stjohnsculture #staugartassoc #stjohnscounty #fortmose
Studio & Gallery In the heart of downtown St Augustine, one block back from the Bay front is a fabulous space occupied by artist Claire Jane Kendrick and Potter, Worley Faver. The duo are represented by nearby Plum Gallery, managed by Artist Karen Sheridan. The community is rich in history and home also to the St Augustine Art Association, and a host of other galleries & eateries. Please know that the gallery is open for private appointment – we are
Art on Centre Located in the heart of the Historic District downtown Fernandina Beach across from the Historic Nassau County Courthouse. The city of Fernandina Beach occupies most of the north end of Amelia Island with Victorian style homes built in the late 1800’s. Downtown has eight city blocks that lead to the Intracoastal Waterway and it is only two miles to the beach. The island is filled with pirate-themed festivals and events with many stories about the Pirates who