Exciting News! Plum Gallery – New Pop Up Location at 212c Charlotte StreetFeaturing: Worley Faver, Pottery and Paintings by Claire J Kendrick. This intimate gallery space has been given a “Plum” transformation by artist and gallerist Karen Sheridan, owner of Plum Gallery at 10 Aviles Street. Plum Pop Up Gallery – will be a permanent exhibition and studio space for Potter, Worley Faver. The gallery will invite and attract other artists and provide unique solo show opportunities for 2D artists
Its an ongoing process to develop each series featured. Figure | “Confused” | 12″x12″ | Available via Modern Villa Gallery, OR Landscape | “Intercoastal Symphony” | 52″x 66″ | Available via CJK-Studio, FL Still Life | “Peaceful Posy” | 24″x24″ | Available via CJK-Studio, FL Seascape | “Aqua” | 36″x36″ | Available via Gardner Colby Galleries, FL
Paintings from the Seascape Series available via – Gardner Colby Gallery, Naples. Florida. USA Modern Villa Gallery, Cannon Beach, Oregon. USA
March 4 – March 16, 2015 “Water Works” A group show with a coastal theme. Featuring the work of Claire Kendrick, Doug Foltz, James Lewis and Ken Otsuka “Living on the east coast of the United States I look out on the Atlantic Ocean and I’m challenged as an artist to capture its vastness. The high seas and big storm fronts remind me of my native home, Ireland, the North West Outpost of Europe. Those memories combined with the ferociousness
This painting welcomes guests in the entryway of a home in London, England. Thank you to the collectors for the photo! – Now I am feeling the need to brighten the entry of my own home, fresh flowers and a botanical painting what a lovely combination. Tulips in Red Vase | 40″ x 30″ | Oil Encaustic Painting from the Botanical Series by Claire J Kendrick
36″ x 60″ | Oil Encaustic Peonies, twigs and foliage…. this was a still life set up I painted a few times in different sizes and formats. Sometimes when a subject clicks, its inspiring to work on it repetitively and in a burst of creativity explore varied brushwork and paint language.
Water is a universal symbol of change and as we mark the end of one year and the beginning of another it seems fitting to share new works from my Seascape series with you. Symbolically the ocean is a sign of power and strength, due to its immensity. A New Year marks change and optimism and watching the great power of the ocean and its weather fronts is much like having a front row seat at the theater. Capturing these special moments are