Kendra Barron’s 64 Doors
a healing and contemplative art experience
Help find this healing and consciousness raising art experience a permanent home
This video offers an overview of the art collection from the Kendra, plus testimonials from patrons who have experienced contemplative and healing power of the exhibit. It also shows the doors set up in a gallery space.
call April Bell to discuss: (925) 465-1118
The possibility of an endowment connected to the donation is available, if required.
~ Details: Storing the doors~
here are photos of how consolidated the storage is, along with some helpful details
When combining all 64 doors you need a total space of 13 feet in length, including spacers for stability.
Each door is stored in its own denim bag with handles making it easy to pull out and to carry.
This storage space contains a product called DampRid which reduces moisture, needed here as we can’t control temperatures. This product would not be necessary in climate controlled environment.
Stands consist of these pieces in two sizes: 8” x 20” and 8” x 28″. The full stack of 24 stands is 36” high.
~ Details: Moving the doors~
This company moved the doors from Lafayette and installed them at our July 23, 2022 exhibit in Alameda.
The Handy Movers
11 Viking Dr, Pleasant Hill, CA
Office (925) 849-6035
In this video, Kendra offers a more indpeth overview of the art collection and its meaning.
Education has always been Kendra Barron’s passion. Years of teaching adult education art classes took her deeper into the psychological impact of the painting process, which inspired her to earn a Masters Degree in Arts and Consciousness at John F. Kennedy University.
In her 20’s, Kendra received her artistic training at the University of California, Davis and graduated from Cal Berkeley. She has enjoyed exhibiting her work through out the Bay Area. Sites have included Stanford University, California Institute for Integral Studies, and Diablo Valley College. Her collection of 64-doors have been featured at the Olive Hyde Gallery in Fremont, SOMAR Gallery in San Francisco, and the Victor Fisher Gallery in Oakland.