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A Selection of Works from my Home Studio.

https://www.cjk-studio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Seascape_Series_by_CJK-Studio_1080p.mp4Seascapes by CJK Hello to friends and collectors from my home and studio. Here are a few paintings from my Seascape Series.  Sometimes seeing the paintings hanging in a room give a better understanding of size and scale. Summer Marsh 20×20 Clarity 40×60 Sandbar 40×40 Pathway to Calm 36×60 Seaside Haven 36×60 – Front RightPathway to Calm 36×60 – LeftSandbar 40×40 – Back Wall Making a splash 18×18 Textured Sky 12×12 Coastal Haze 12×12 All works of art are for […]

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Large Contemporary Artwork | Home Installation

I love some of the recent Gardner Colby installations! This proves it…art can make a room come alive! If you have questions about a particular piece of art, or your looking for assistance with your art collection, please contact – Nancy or Pamela www.gardnercolbygallery.com – they exhibit a beautiful selection of my fine art seascape series and can arrange special commission projects. This collaborative installation at a collectors home includes includes one of my triptych paintings called “Unwinding” | 24″ x […]

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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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American Art Collector Magazine – the Art Market.

Nancy Winch featured in American Art Collector – Calling From Coast to Coast section — with her thoughts on current trends in the art market. It’s a delight my work gets a mention – “The art market continues to be strong in Naples. In Southwest Florida, there is a definitive trend toward large scale transitional pieces and slightly abstracted works. Transitional pieces by Claire Kendrick and John Schuyler are in demand, as are perennial gallery favorites Kevin Sloan and Frank […]

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