Named in AOI '10 UK Illustration Graduates to Watch in 2023'
London-based artist Davinia Clarke, creates artwork of contemporary situations that evokes feeling of nostalgia. Driven by the research method of ethnography, Clarke's practice is centred on the documentation of identity, culture, communities and family.
Specialising in digital painting, monotype printing and screen-printing, with a passion for energising colours and patterns. There will be moments that digital and analogue methods collide in her practice to capture the essence of the world around her in a vibrant way.
Her practice has led her to hosting art workshops, winter markets for graduates, selling artwork and featuring in exhibitions. Clarke’s ethos is to encourage creativity, empower and educate herself through whatever path she takes. 
Clarke's aim to develop her practice across different industry for educational content, editorial, publishing, surface design, exhibitions and site specifics illustrations. 
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Natixis Investment Managers, The Commonwealth, Draper Together
BA Illustration and Visual Media, 
London College of Communication

Foundation Diploma in Art and design
Camberwell College of Art

2018 - BHM - Group Show. Copeland Gallery
2019- 'The State of Things' - Group show. Copeland Gallery
2021 - 'Rest and Repair' - Group show. UCHL Street Gallery
2021 - 'Looking Forward' Group show. Central Saint Martins Window Gallery

2022 - 'Movement' - Group show. Prince of Peckham
2022 - 'Exploring Identities' - Group show. 6 Roach Road, London
2022 - 'The Art of Joy' - Group show.  Koppel X Gallery, Piccadilly Circus 
2023 - 'UAL Graduate Showcase' - Group Show London College of Communication
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