Author: Jessica Clark

Jessica Clark has been a creator of emotive and absurd imagery for more than a decade. Her artworks are dark comedies composed of semi-representational imagery, sprawled over any and all available surfaces. Clark is co-founder Champions of Empty Rooms (CHER), a Philadelphia based pop-up gallery dedicated to creating opportunities for artists as well as new and highly accessible venues for viewers. She is likewise co-founder of Manifesto-ish.com, an online art collective dedicated to navigating creativity in a digital world. In the meantime, Clark continues to develop her studio-practice. Her paintings appear in the film “If You Could Say It in Words.”