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Strange Narratives | Photography by Jamila Clarke

Parrish Gallery

Photographic narratives that combine the extraordinary with the commonplace, using the imagery and language of folktales and literature to explore complex emotions of everyday life.

Jamila Clarke is a fine art photographer whose focus is conceptual portraiture. She was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in the Pacific Northwest. She studied Studio Art with a focus in Fine Art Photography/Digital Video at Oberlin College. Her work uses practical effects and digital post-processing to stretch the truth to explore things that are experienced internally and usually unseen. Her work has been featured in various galleries and publications around the United States. 


Parrish Gallery | March 20-May 12, 2018
Artist Reception May 4th, 5-9pm
Artist Q & A at 7pm
wine and appetizers served


Top Image: "The Flood"


Earlier Event: March 13
Faces In My Head by Robert Sumner
Later Event: April 3
Art For All Youth Exhibit