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Seeking

48×48 | oil and wax | CJK

Dune Painting called “Seeking”, the original is available. This work is also available as a High Quality Giclee Print.

Kendrick was selected through the Provincetown Community Compact to create a body of work in one of the primitive Dune Shacks situated along the far-flung coastal region of Massachusetts. The Dune Shacks of Peaked Hill Bars Historic District have lodged famous artists and authors who have sought a place of seclusion in which to work.

Without the creature-comforts of electricity, indoor plumbing, cell phone or computer, Kendrick was challenged to adapt and engage with nature in solitude.

“This was both a marvelous and frightening experience,” said the plein air artist “I was able to explore, observe and emotionally connect with the landscape in its raw and finest moments.”

With plein air study’s done on location at the Dune Shack and the surrounding area, the works have been important reference material for study works such as “Seeking”.

Congratulations to this couple who got engaged with “Seeking” as a backdrop. Wonderful, Happy, Energy and many years of finding and seeking your best life with each other.

 

Claire J KendrickSeascape SeriesSeptember 17, 20180 comments
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Seascape Series by CJK

Claire Jane Kendrick, is an accomplished artist with professional representation with her works of art in both private and public collections. Capable of communicating with clients regarding specifications for customized fine art commissions. Collectors respond to the contemporary style and the expressive way in which she paints. Attracting a local and international following, Claire is dedicated to perusing her painting career. To view more from the series visit www.cjk-studio.com

Claire J KendrickOil Painting, Seascape, Uncategorized, VideoJanuary 26, 20181 comment
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Sky Sea and Grass

48×36 | Oil on Linen | CJK

Claire J Kendrick is an artist whose paintings reflect Florida landscapes with bold, rich, beautiful colors. Collectors respond to the contemporary style and the expressive way in which she paints. The big open vistas, beach and the marsh views that stretch for miles are amongst her favorite subjects to paint.

Claire J KendrickSeascape SeriesApril 5, 20172 comments
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Cottage in the Dunes

40×40 | Oil and wax | CJK

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Cottage Close Up

 

ART TALK
IMPRESSIONS FROM THE DUNE SHACK 

Tuesday, Sept. 20,  7 to 8:30pm

Award-winning artist Claire Kendrick shares her fascinating summer experience in the Cape Cod “Dune Shack” Artist Residency program and offers tips on how to pursue and prepare for similar artist opportunities. See the powerful coastal paintings the artist produced during her one week stay in primitive solitude and learn about the historical connection between the Provincetown and St. Augustine Art Colonies.

Free and open to the public.

Reservations requested. Free parking downtown.

Call 904-824-2310

Claire J KendrickSeascape SeriesSeptember 17, 20160 comments
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Provincetown Dunes

30×30 | Oil on Board | CJK

Claire J. Kendrick has been awarded through the Provincetown Community Compact, a residency in the Peaked Hill Bars National Register Historic District.She will be residing in one of the 19 well-known Dune Shacks. The Shack is tucked away from civilization, but it has lodged several famous artists and authors throughout time who have been in search of seclusion in which to work.

This is a plein air painting done on location during her residency at the Dune Shack.

Claire J KendrickSeascape SeriesJune 20, 20160 comments
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Memoir from the Dunes

36×36 | Oil on Canvas | CJK

Claire J. Kendrick has been awarded through the Provincetown Community Compact, a residency in the Peaked Hill Bars National Register Historic District.She will be residing in one of the 19 well-known Dune Shacks. The Shack is tucked away from civilization, but it has lodged several famous artists and authors throughout time who have been in search of seclusion in which to work.

Memoir from the Dunes was painted from the door of the C-Scape Dune Shack on a rainy day that forced me to stay under shelter. With the door of the shack open I had the perfect view of this group of trees and high dune beyond.

 

Claire J KendrickJune 20, 20160 comments
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