Paintings and Framed prints seen in homes and art spaces in Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia. Contact me for information or to schedule a Studio Visit.
Pond Mystery - A pair of acrylic paintings on canvas, each 24 x 30. Framed in simple, slim black metal frames so as not to overwhelm the imagery.
A drypoint intaglio handmade print, framed and shown at home with African sculpture.
These Nest archival pigment prints work well in slim gold frames.
Acrylic painting, 36 x 36. I love how the painting works well with colorful walls!
A Pair of digitally created prints from a small limited edition. Here framed in gold for a living area in Bethesda Maryland.
A watercolor circular painting with a simple frame, neutral walls
Artistic rendition of DC metropolitan area, digitally printed on stretched canvas, with UV coating for longevity, Size is 36 x 36
Framed screenprints about the theme of navigation and exploration. Light earth colors, layered imagery.
Organic abstraction, Digitally created limited edition, gallery wrapped canvas, 30 x 30
Pigment print on canvas, with UV coating for longevity. Size is 38 x 38
Exhibited at McLean Project for the Arts, Summer 2016
Acrylic on canvas, 30 x 40
"Vessel", Exhibited at McLean Project for the Arts, Summer 2016
Deliberately installed in a wavy pattern in keeping with the theme of the piece, related to human impact on bird migration patterns.
Wall installation consisting of pigment printed decals on heavyweight reinstallable fabric. Designed by me, custom printed by a local vendor who specialized in large scale adhesive wall coverings
Received Honorable Mention!
Mixed media monotype, exhibited at Delaplaine Art Center, Spring 2016; juror Foon Sham.
Size is 12 x 12 x 1 inch deep
Title: "Can't I?"
Web decal installation at the "Not a Box: Installation Exhibit" juried by Alex Paik, at the Art League Gallery, Alexandria VA
Received Honorable Mention
Web canvas, with the artist, at Washington Project for the Arts
MPA Artfest, summer art fair, 2016
At Gallery B, Bethesda MD
Printmaking exhibit at Washington Printmakers Gallery
Clare Winslow is a Bethesda, Maryland artist who creates organic prints and paintings about the earth, relationships, and the passage of time. She works with a wide variety of media including acrylics, screenprinting, monotypes, etchings, textiles, papermaking and sewing. She teaches art at the new Triangle Art Studios in Bethesda Maryland, the Pyramid Atlantic Art Center and Yellow Barn Studio, also in Maryland. She is available for private lessons or for help screen printing an edition.
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