Lot 28 - Cathleen Clarke - Hallows Eve Part II
Lot 28 - Cathleen Clarke - Hallows Eve Part II

Lot 28 - Cathleen Clarke - Hallows Eve Part II

Watercolor on paper


A6 (10x15cm)

Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust

Curated by Art on a Postcard



Currently based in Brooklyn, Clarke (b. 1988) was born in Chicago and has exhibited her work in numerous exhibitions in the United States and internationally. Clarke's practice explores themes of memory, mystery, and the passing of time. The results are surreal, haunting, almost theatrical paintings. In her most recent solo exhibition at Margot Samel, The Night Grows Long, Clarke taps into Victorian Era concepts of childhood, the threshold of girlhood, and one’s proximity to mortality throughout these transitory phases of life. 



BFA from the Academy of Art University, San Fransisco, California 


Solo Shows 


The Night Grows Long, Margot Samel, New York 


Focus: Cathleen Clarke, Workplace, London, UK  


Hungry Soul, Nathalie Karg Gallery, New York 


Whatever Hour You Woke There Was a Door Shutting, Fou Gallery, Brooklyn 


Group Shows 


The Blue Hour, Workplace, London, UK 

Maskenfreiheit, Margot Samel, New York 

BREATHLESS!, Myriam Chair Gallery, Paris, France 

Evening Shadow, Make Room, Los Angeles, California 


Holiday Capsule, Platform Art 

Beacon, Satellite Art Club, Brooklyn, New York 

Flat Files Program, Collar Works, Troy, New York 


Vanitas, Nathalie Karg Gallery, New York 


Speculative Interiors, NARS Foundation, New York 


Giddy & Dreadful, SK Art, New York 

The Body Responds By Lying Down, NARS Foundation, Brooklyn, New York 


Gallery Representation 

Margot Samel Gallery  


Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork 

“These two works on paper were inspired by childhood memories celebrating Halloween. My mom was very festive around this particular holiday. Growing up in Chicago, we once turned our basement into a haunted house for the neighborhood kids to walk through, and my siblings and I would end Halloween night watching old scary movies with the trick or treat candy we collected. These memories have contributed to my appreciation of the unknown and mysterious side of life.” 

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