We’re excited to present the 30 juried artists for Paint Annapolis 2017! Come see them paint June 4th-11th around Annapolis and the greater Anne Arundel County area. 

New York-based artist Jackie Clark was born in Natick, Massachusetts, and raised in Edgewater, Maryland. She is a life member of the Art Students League of New York and a member of the American Impressionist Society.

Jackie has studied extensively with master painters, Frank Liljegren, David Leffel, and Mary Beth Mckenzie. Other areas of study within the field of the arts include photography at ICP, scenic painting, and design with Lester Polakov, and the decorative arts with Mark Gardereau in Paris.

Jackie Clark

Jackie is a specialist in the field of decorative arts and has worked throughout the country on many historic theaters, churches and state buildings as a decorative painter, conservator, and Gilder. Since retiring from decorative painting, Clark now dedicates all her time in the studio, and outdoors painting the landscape and the figure.

Her use of exuberant brushstrokes lends a unique vitality to her work. There’s a verve to Jackie’s paintings, something she describes as ‘Less the thing, and more the space it occupies”

“I want my paintings to transport the viewer to an experience of place. Like the narrative voice of a storyteller, but with brush and paint. If I could give my paintings a pulse I would. Just to prove the subject had a life, that It breathed, and that the earth was on the move.”

"Sentinel of Time" by Jackie Clark
“Sentinel of Time” by Jackie Clark

Paint Annapolis is on the way! Check out more about the artists, the events, and the art by clicking here! Join us in Annapolis, MD from June 4th-11th for art, wine, and food during the Annapolis Arts Week!

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