Marcia Clark
 
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Marcia Clark has exhibited at venues that include the
American Academy of Arts and Letters, Museum of the
City of New York, Albany Institute of History and Art,
Babcock Galleries and the University of Rhode Island.
She has been a recipient of the Childe Hassam Award,
a National Endowment of the Arts Artist in Residence
grant and has written for Smithsonian Magazine,
retracing travels of Thomas Cole, first of the Hudson River
School painters. She was guest curator for an exhibition
of contemporary panoramas at the Hudson River
Museum and is currently artist/director of Blue Mountain
Gallery. Clark has a BFA degree in painting from Yale
University and a MFA degree from SUNY New Paltz.
 
               
  Reviews
Gallery & Studio, September-October, 2011
Times Union, January 1, 2009
Gallery & Studio, April, 2008
Gallery & Studio, September-October 2003
New York Times, April 19, 2002
Times Union, September 2002
New York Times, August 11, 1995
Art & Antiques, November 1989
Art in America, 1985
 
               
  Books

Martica Sawin, Marcia Clark: Arctic Paintings: Greenland
Cynthia Dantzic, 100 New York Painters. Schiffer Books,
  2006, pp64-65.
Sharyn Finnegan, Better Than Ever: Women Figurative
  Artists of the '70s Soho Co-ops
. (Catalogue for traveling
  exhibition originating at Salena Gallery, LIU Brooklyn, 2009)
 
               
  Blue Mountain Gallery exhibition, "In Search of Ice,"
viewable at exhibitionpreview.com

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