ANN MAREE CLARK
A PAINTED GARDEN

This collection of paintings depicts a variety of subjects from my garden and nearby trails, or gifted by friends, painted inside and out. I love variety and take pleasure in contemplating the unique experience of form and meaning that can be found in every new subject, whether it be a glowing fresh fruit adorning the branch of a tree in summer, or the soft fall of light on a shelf edge in winter.  

The pattern of seasons connects these various pieces in that ceaseless rhythm, reflecting a simple life enthralled by the timeless and always changing ornaments of nature.

Cumquats, Winter Garden
Cumquats, Winter Garden

28 x 35.5 cm Oil on Board $1200

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Branches, Lichen and Fungi
Branches, Lichen and Fungi

35.5 x 56 cm Oil on Linen $1800

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Cumquats III
Cumquats III

28 x 35.5 cm Oil on Board $1200

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Coffee Roses in Celadon
Coffee Roses in Celadon

20.5 x 20.5 cm Oil on Board $700

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Camellia in Red Vase
Camellia in Red Vase

30.5 x 30.5 cm Oil on Board $850

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Camellias in Glass Vase
Camellias in Glass Vase

28 x 35 cm Oil on Board $1200

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Oak Branch
Oak Branch

40.5 x 31 cm Oil on Linen $1400

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Pomegranate Branch,
Pomegranate Branch,

30.5 x 30.5 cm Oil on Board $850

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Silver Dollar and Salvia
Silver Dollar and Salvia

30.5 x 30.5 cm Oil on Board $850

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Pots and Dahlias
Pots and Dahlias

30.5 x 30.5 cm Oil on Board $850

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Pomegranates and Acorns
Pomegranates and Acorns

30.5 x 51 cm Oil on Linen $1800

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Study of Apples
Study of Apples

20.5 x 20.5 cm Oil on Board $700

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Wattle in Celadon
Wattle in Celadon

23 x 30.5 cm Oil on Board $800

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Wedding Flowers
Wedding Flowers

30.5 x 30.5 cm Oil on Board $850

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Ann Maree Clark Bio

Working from her home studio in Canberra, and painting and drawing from life, Ann Maree Clark’s floral and botanical studies, still-lifes, figurative studies and landscapes are a contemplative observation of form and light, a contemporary reiteration of traditional subjects and techniques. She was a finalist in the 15th International ARC Salon in 2020, and has been a finalist in the EMSLA, Lethbridge, Kilgour, Mosman and Mandorla Prizes.