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OCT ART WALK EXHIBITION, ST AUGY

FRIDAY 4th OCT, 2019

5.30-8.30pm

Artist appearance – Potter Worley Faver and Painter Claire J Kendrick will be exhibiting in this two person show at the Pop Up Studio, located 212c Charlotte Street to meet visitors and talk about their work. Separate from the Main Plum Gallery on Aviles Street the Pop Up location gives artists the unique chance to show a body of work, and meet and greet collectors., visitors and artists who are interested in finding our more about their process and works of art.


Plum Pop Up Studio Hours – 212c Charlotte Street
Mon, Tue, Wed Thu, 10am -2pm Claire Kendrick will be painting in the Plum Pop Up Studio
Fri, Sat, Sun 11am-4pm Worley Faver will be working with Georgia Clay and demonstrating how he builds pottery.


By Appointment – call or visit Plum Gallery on Aviles Street for more information +1(904) 377-5166

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Selection of Paintings by Claire J Kendrick

Claire J KendrickUncategorizedOctober 1, 20190 comments
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Positive Glow

30 x 30 x 1.5 Seascape | Oil on Canvas

Oil Painting on gallery wrapped canvas, painted sides ready to hang or frame.

Soft palette and a reminder of summer coastal evenings. I live near the beach and intracoastal waterways and sunrise and sunsets are amazing! Taking time to see sunrise and sunset in one day is such a gift. The intensity of the colors is almost supernatural on some occasions. I love a morning meditation or simply a moment at the end of the day to unwind.

On a lucky occasion, one doesn’t have to work too hard to achieve a painting, this painting was one of those. Sometimes I use a memory or a sketch and color notes to help guide a painting. This piece painted itself, being relaxed or in the zone, its hard to explain how that happens. I find paintings are very exiting to start – its the possibility the unknown. Its a charged active stage. Then they can go through a thoughtful detailed push, pull stage, figuring what reads, what stays what should be removed. Then if I get a glimpse of something exciting it helps me strive for something. It can take hours, days, weeks and on a couple of paintings its taken me a year or more to arrive at a place of contentment. Some paintings just get lost along the way and never make it. When I walk the beach and see the turtle nests I liken the painting process it to the sad probability that not all the eggs are going to hatch. Sometimes not every painting will make it. Its just that way, if you are a painter and the painting process matters to you, this is just part of the deal.  This painting just felt good from the get go!

Claire J KendrickSeascape SeriesAugust 9, 20190 comments
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