Daniel Kendrick (Texas. 1948) “Winter in Big Bend” 2008
Impasto Oil on Artist Board. Impasto paintings take several weeks or months to accomplish through countless layers of painting.
A finely detailed scene where reality and art meet to create a winter snow covered landscape more than five layers deep. It will memorize the eyes and mind with detail and fantasy.
Board: 24 inches x 18 inches
Frame: 29.75 inches x 23.75 inches
Condition: Pristine and as new! Contemporary Plein Air-frame.
Studied with: Leona Lettie McGill, Ray Froman, Reveau Mott Bassett, Olin Herman Travis, Bud Biggs, Jerry Bywaters, B.G. Eades, Valton Tyler, and Thomas Rodney Britain.
Academic: 1971 Diploma from Dallas Art Institute in Fine Art and Creative Painting, 1982 Bachelor of Art University of California at Santa Cruz Majoring in Wilderness Painting. (There is still a debate in higher academic circles whether or not a bachelor’s Degree in an individual major could be the under graduate equivalent to a P.H.D. The guide rule is whether it is a terminal degree based on the lack of graduate studies available in the major. Wilderness Painting is a terminal degree. Awards: Seaside Annual Competitive Art Competition first and second place 1974. Monterey Civic Purchase Award 1978.