48×48 | Oil | Plum Gallery
Here is a chance to see inside the studio of CJK – this short video shows her artistic process. From chaos to clarity it is sometimes hard to see where she may be going with a work of art but the results are stunning. Her technique is shown from working sketch to application of light washes in oil paint to heavy layers of oil and wax melted outside using a blow torch.
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&Claire J KendrickVideoFebruary 1, 20162 comments
6×8 | Oil | Seascape Painting | Plum Gallery
Impasto is an oil painting technique that compliments painting alla prima, which means “in one go.” By applying thick paint straight onto the painting surface, I enjoy using bold and expressive brushstrokes.Claire J KendrickSeascape SeriesNovember 24, 20150 comments
I will be in Plum Gallery on Aviles Street during Art Walk tonight, so feel free to stop by – I have five paintings on exhibition until June 30.
The Annual Honors show, is at the St Augustine Art Association, the opening is also tonight and the exhibition will run until July 20th, I am showing a large oil encaustic painting from the Botanical Series.
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CJKClaire J KendrickExhibition, Oil PaintingJune 7, 20130 comments
For most artists, blowtorches and a freshly painted canvas mix as well as Superman and Lex Luthor. But to Claire Kendrick, it is the beautiful morphing of heat, wax and oils that makes her abstract encaustic botanical paintings alive. ……..(follow the link to read more) By KRISTIN CHAMBERS, Compass Correspondent.Claire J KendrickInterview, NewsletterMay 7, 20130 comments