36×36 | Oil Encaustic | Gardner Colby Gallery
Fresh stems bought at the flower market.
36×36 | Oil Encaustic | Gardner Colby Gallery
Fresh stems bought at the flower market.Claire J KendrickBotanical SeriesNovember 25, 20150 comments
I am delighted to share this video showing two large scale marsh paintings in a private home.
The Entry – A landscape depicting Florida’s marshland is alive with color and dramatic brush work.
In the Great Room – A large contemporary marsh paintings brings drama and passion to the beautiful clean lines of the crisp white interior. The fine art appears floating on a white panel which is fitted to an Auton System. The painting is raised by remote control to expose the television which is perfectly concealed within the wall. Stunning design with a wow factor!
I thank the clients for inviting me to their home and allowing me to share this video with readers!
Please contact me or one of the gallery’s to discuss commission work.
Claire J KendrickInstallation, landscape, Newsletter, Oil Painting, Uncategorized, VideoApril 22, 20150 comments
I will be exhibiting my work on the West Coast of the USA and I am very pleased to have partnered with Modern Villa Gallery, Cannon Beach. Oregon. Owner Molly Marshall and her team Louise Whitehead and Christy Chaloux Coulombe will be exhibiting my work from May 1st, 2015.
The Modern Villa is a contemporary art gallery resting on the rocky shores of Cannon Beach, Oregon. A mere hour and a half from Portland, Modern Villa’s exhibitions embody the region’s rustic coastline appeal. Showcasing two-dimensional and three-dimensional works of a variety of different mediums, while some of our highlights include expressionist lifestyle, seascape and landscape paintings. The exhibited works can be purchased on location. Alternatively, they offer in-home and office previews to interested patrons by appointment in the Portland/Vancouver region. Awaken your imagination with a visit to Modern Villa Gallery, located at “The Landing” and open daily from 10-5pm.
Claire J KendrickExhibition, Oil Painting, SeascapeApril 22, 20150 comments
Jacksonville International Airport (JAX) provides travelers the chance to enjoy some of the finest sculpture and fine art installations from artists across the North East Florida region.
“The airport has a collection of beautiful sculpture and original fine art. JIA supports the creative community by giving artist’s the opportunity to showcase their work and with 10.000 people passing through the airport daily, it’s a great privilege to be selected and an opportunity to share my paintings, with an audience beyond what I could have imagined” said Claire. “I have been working on the Botanical Series, a body of 20 paintings for over one year, and it’s an honor to exhibit a selection of paintings from the series in a light, airy, contemporary, public space where thousands of people are going to be able to view them”.
JIA has been recognized by international press for being one of the best airports to be delayed if you’re an art lover. A few years ago the London “Observer”, the arts supplement of the “The Guardian”, highlighted the airport’s art galleries, and set JIA in high esteem alongside Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport, London’s Heathrow Airport and Seoul Airport in South Korea.
The Botanical series by Claire J Kendrick are delicate, radiant and powerful paintings of plants and flowers in a contemporary style.
Claire demonstrates the principle that with each brush stroke you have an opportunity to express emotion, depth and passion. Her paintings inevitably evoke a response from the viewer that is consistent with her intention. Pushing boundaries, the artist takes the paintings outdoors and uses a blow torch to melt wax mixed with oil paint, giving a free-flow effect which she then decides to manipulate or leave. This is a process of constant editing, painting, taking away then reapplying paint or wax, building the image slowly in layers.
“You should paint as you live life; expression should be in your work. See the things of beauty you enjoy and fill your life with that energy.”
SCHEDULE AND LOCATIONS:
Haskell Gallery (pre-security): Gordon Meggison & Virginia Cantore Connector Bridge Art Display Cases (pre-security): Jeffrey Edelson.
Concourses A & C Art Display Cases (post-security): Claire Kendrick *All through the months of July/August/September
Photographs Laird Vue (www.lairdvue.com)
Claire J KendrickExhibition, Newsletter, Oil PaintingJune 26, 20130 comments
Plum Contemporary Art Gallery is excited to present the latest works by Claire J Kendrick. Claire in 2012 devoted herself to intensive study with Anne Packard and her daughter Cynthia Packard the stunning paintings are exhibiting April 5th – June 30th, 2013 reveal the influence that Anne and Cynthia have had on Claire’s work.
Claire demonstrates the principle that with each brush stroke you have an opportunity to express emotion, depth and passion. Her paintings inevitably evoke a response from the viewer that is consistent with her intention.
Anne has stated that Claire is a “painter’s painter” and one that has “found her own voice.” Praise from a renowned artist such as Anne Packard speaks volumes for one of the most talented artists in our gallery.
Exhibition Dates | April 1st – June 31st, 2013
April 5th 5pm – 8pm |Art Walk | Meet the artist, Claire will be at Plum gallery to talk to visitor about her work.
May 3rd 5pm – 8pm | Art Walk | Meet the artist, Claire will be at Plum gallery to talk to visitor about her work.
May 11th Time TBC | Demo en plein air | Visit Plum and watch Claire Painting en plein air.
June 7th 5pm – 8pm |Art Walk | Meet the artist, Claire will be at Plum gallery to talk to visitor about her work.
Plum Gallery | Nine Aviles Street | Saint Augustine | FL | 32084 | www.plumartgallery.com
To read more about Claire’s experience with the Packard’s click on this link
Claire J KendrickExhibition, Oil PaintingApril 5, 20130 comments
Claire J. Kendrick is a full-time artist painting still life, landscape and portraits from her studio in Vilano Beach. Originally from Ireland, Claire worked as a designer in the fashion industry in Europe before relocating to Florida in 2006. Stemming from a family of architects and designers, Claire has always been immersed in artistic expression, a love of design and an eye for detail – enriching her life as a painter.
Claire will support St. Augustine Public Montessori School’s 2nd Annual Fundraising Gala, “Nurturing Seeds for Success” on April 21st with one of her pieces from the Botanical Series. Heartbreak will be up for bid as part of the Gala’s online and silent auctions. Please consider supporting SAPMS by donating, attending or bidding on Claire’s original oil painting.
St. Augustine Public Montessori School, For information, tickets, donations or to bid online, please visit http://www.staugustinemontessori.com/gala.htm
Claire J KendrickExhibition, NewsletterMarch 26, 20130 comments