NEW! There have been a number of sales already! The numbers below have been changed to reflect the changes.
It’s almost December! I don’t know about you but this time of year makes me want to purge the clutter. So, in this spirit, I’m having a bit of a studio clean up sale for December. In the gallery below you’ll see what I have left of certain prints and the price. I can accept MC, Visa and AMEX as well as e-transfers and all prints can be picked up at my residence. Shipping can be arranged for an extra charge.
So here are are prints:
ONLY 10 Left! Come & I Will Sing You: Relief Print, Hand-tinted, Edition of 45 Approximately 18.5″h x 8.25″ w $350 incl tax
ONLY 7 LEFT! St. John’s Waltz: Relief Print, Hand-tinted, Edition of 40 Approx. 14″h x 9.25″w $350 incl tax
SOLD OUT! Maid on the Shore: Relief Print, Hand-tinted, Edition of 10 Approx. 7.5″h x 5″w
SOLD OUT! Same Old Tale that the Crow Told Me: Relief Print, Hand-tinted, Edition of 10 Approx 6.5″h x 8.25″w $10 incl. tax
SOLD OUT! Newfoundland Spring: Relief Print, Hand-tinted, Edition of 12 Approx. 12.75h” x 5.5″w
SOLD OUT! Banish Misfortune: Relief Print, Hand-tinted, Edition of 12 Approx. 6.5″h x 8.25″w
Heave Away: Relief Print, Hand-tinted Edition of 40 Approx. 15.25″h x 11″w $275 incl tax
1 LEFT! The Session: Relief Print, Hand-tinted Edition of 22 Approx. 4.25″h x 7″w $25 incl tax
ONLY 3 Left! Old Black Crow: Etching, Monoprint Variated Edition of 12 Approx. 4″h x 6″w $40 incl tax
Wild Cove: Relief Print, Chine Colle, Monoprint, Variated Edition of 15 Approx. 6″h x 14″w $95 incl tax
Hayward Avenue: Etching, Hand-tinted Edition of 16 Approx. 5″h x 7″w $35 incl tax
Caroline Clarke's artistic background begins with graphic design. She worked at that field—specializing in advertising and signs—for eight years, both in her native British Columbia and for a few years after arriving in Newfoundland in 1997. She spent a year in Elliston, on the Bonavista Peninsula, then moved to St. John's. Always interested in painting, she turned seriously to the medium in 1999, producing small watercolours—primarily landscapes—that she offered for sale at various outlets in St. John's. She was also painting portraits, creating a series of decorated paper clocks, and teaching and playing music.
In 2004, Clarke began to explore printmaking, specifically block printing; with assistance from St. John's artists Tara Bryan, Marnie Parsons, and Anita Singh. “I knew I'd found my medium,” she says. “It was like a moment of illumination. Printmaking gives me a way to be more creative, to express my ideas more freely. My work now has more design and graphic elements—it's more expressive of the things I want to say than my landscapes were.”