16×16 Oil on Board
Staring at the Sea | 24×24 | Oil Encaustic Painting | CJK
May this be a healthy and happy new year for you all. I started by clearing the decks of my studio and organizing…..the frenzy was followed by moments of contemplation – – Staring at the sea! Never underestimate the necessary time to unplug and go off grid and just be. Creativity needs time alone.
In this seascape painting I wanted to show color in every aspect of the spectrum, even those seemingly dull clouds have a subtle light shifts. A new product for me is the blue fluorescent pure pigment just seen in a small area of this painting. Raw pigment can be mixed with wax and here is is applied thick and heavy onto the panel board.Claire J KendrickOil PaintingJanuary 19, 20160 comments
This is a Triptych (three panel oil painting) entered into the Concurrency Exhibition in downtown Jacksonville. The seascape titled ‘Concurrent Motion’ has been selected by The Women’s Center for display. It’s an exciting exhibition, particularly as it’s combined with the Northeast Florida Sculptors juried show.
Show will run from Nov 18th 2010 – Jan 7th 2011
AT&T Tower, 301 West Bay Street
Open Mon – Fri 6am – 7pm
It will be part of Jacksonville Downtown Art walk Dec 1st 2010 and Jan 5th 2011
AT&T building owners have complimented the exhibition organizers! Since this exhibition went on display more people have been enjoying the lobby of this fabulous building. Revenue from the café on the lobby floor, has increased and the ‘space’ just feels better. The power of Art!Claire J KendrickExhibition, Oil PaintingDecember 24, 20100 comments